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Thorbjørn Willoch
Thorbjørn Willoch
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Member Since
Sept. 6, 2015
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Norway

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willoch
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Can You Outplay Zia?
Given that West has 6 known cards, and east 8: Playing for West to have the Q will win when West has Qxx c(2,4)*c(4,7) : 210 Qx c(1,4)*c(5,7): 84 Q 1 * c(6,7) : 7 Sum : 301 Playing for East to ...
Can You Outplay Zia?
Page 5: East has 14 cards. Both West and north has 4
Keep Bidding Cards on the Table until the Opening Lead Is Made?
Same should be with screens I guess. But almost always never see the two last passes, but the tray is returned with the bids removed.
Collusive cheating at regionals sectional and clubs not that serious according to BOD!
Is it legal to have non-symmetric systems? Like the client uses transfers, while the pro uses natural bids. (or in mix, women uses transfers, man uses natural)
Side suit in a Grand Slam
Instead of working I did the full calculation. Assuming 2-1: Probability of dropping it: 32.9% Probability of double/triple finesse: 29.3% (The little difference surprised me, it is the 2-1 that skews the odds a little from our intuition. When not taking the into account ...
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
From the verdict: (my translation) The parties agree that both the accused was tax residents of Norway for the whole period of the indictment. Of course, they might have emigrated later, after 2014.
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Prison for intent, or gross negligence, or if you save tax, simple negligence. (From the judgement)
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The cabinet, not the king personally.
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2/3 of the nominal. It will probably be a really low security place.
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"So, if they have not moved to Monaco, at no point in time they have been, let alone are, eligible to play for Monaco." I am sure that EBL and Norwegian government can have different definitions of residency. Helness did try to officially move from Norway to Monaco in 2011 ...
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