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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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Missed slam ATB
The idea that pass is not forcing after a slam try appears to have cornered North, who perhaps simply intended to show a good overcall by 'freely' bid X
Leap to game
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- 74 A876xx AK953
I wasn't precise. Still, I much prefer my position after 1-2/2-3 compared to 1-1N/2
Simple Hand
I din't do it either but this version is simpler
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- 74 A876xx AK953
What's wrong with going down like a gentlemen if it's a misfit hand? Not that going down is unlikely after 1N while 2 lets finding a minor fit if it exists
Mastering the Robots
Are you sure that a blind statistical tool is THE solution rather that what it is put in front of it? If it were the case, bridge would be solved with the existing computing power
Another "What is this double"?
Two-way: either penalty or want a new partner
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: K8 6 JT653 JT876
It is apparently some type of a problem since one North in Vanderbilt round of 16 bid 2N and South went for -1400 in 5 (xxx,AKJx,9xxx,xx) when 420 was the limit for EW.
Mastering the Robots
From game theory point of view, always passive lead is easy to exploit even if it gives the best chance to beat the contract in isolation of the response. E.g. against bots opening 1N with a small stiff is rewarded by an extra trick or more since their lead ...
Mastering the Robots
Two other examples from the same tournament. Bot with KT tight played the T when I played low toward AJ97 in dummy in a side suit before touching trumps, which somehow contradicts the idea of playing a H human is bound to guess. To extend the point, I had instances ...
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