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Csaba Czimer
Csaba Czimer
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2013
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

A system geek, even played strong pass (Regres) when it was allowed.

Of course have my own relay-Precision, which is of course the best one in efficiency / memory load ratio Smile

Graduated as a mathematician, work as a software developer.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making a small slam in a 5-4 fit after finding QJxx on the wrong side. And some succesful falsecards. I forget them easily, thus I write them on my homepage sometimes.
Bridge Accomplishments
7 national titles in Hungary, some cups from Pula Festival
Favorite Tournaments
Pula Festival (Croatia, each September)
Favorite Conventions
bids showing or asking shortness
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
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Bridge Hackathon Crowdfunding - your help needed!
Amazing. Why wasn't is used in BBO vugraph broadcasts? At least there, where video was recorded too. The video is from 2018, and operators sometimes far from perfect (it's a hard job, I know).
Bridge Hackathon Crowdfunding - your help needed!
I just took a look at your site, The staff is amazing professionally. If you don't create a world class robot player, noone will.
What is this 2NT?
If you play oldschool (penalty-oriented) double then you double with natural maximum, thus it should be minors, very probably with only 3, because you may risk 3 when you have 4+.
Bridge Hackathon Crowdfunding - your help needed!
Writing a good robot is a ten (or hundred?) times bigger task than all the rest together with endless possibilities of investing time (or wasting, depending on the result). About GIB on BBO: I have a copy of the desktop version of GIB and it plays much much better than ...
Bridge Hackathon Crowdfunding - your help needed!
Paul, because programming bidding is also a f*cking complex thing with billions of possible bidding situation. Probably GIB ran a (too short, thus bad) simulation and found that passing is better in EV.
Is this just too hard?
For our relay precision it is definitely too hard. South opens 1, north asks and learns the 6-4 at 2NT. First problem: choose a 6-? suit instead of a known 6-3. Not impossible, but not obvious either. Second problem: if we choose spades, we will know that partner has ...
Simple or spectacular?
This was one of my reasons too.
Meaning of 3D bid after 1M-3C Bergen
This is a popular method here (in Budapest): - 3: general game try (range ask) - 3oM: asks shortness (slam going hand)
Simple or spectacular?
None of them. I played it yesterday and saw the opportunity of making against West's K, but rejected it, and went down playing the simple way. Then asked myself whether I should have played the other way, then decided to ask better players here.
Assess blame, if any
I see no problem with the presentation.

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