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I play a number of board and card games with varying degrees of skill, but using "algorithms" to avoid the most obvious mistakes. Depending on the game, if you can beat me, you are probably not a beginner, and perhaps a pretty good player.


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asked What constitutes “wrongful” hesitation in bridge?
Apr
14
asked Has the value of a five-card suit in no trump contracts been demonstrated?
Apr
14
answered In bridge, how can you “see” (locate) most of 52 cards halfway into the play?
Apr
12
asked How does a “Moysian” (4-3) trump fit play differently from the other seven card (5-2), fit in bridge?
Apr
9
answered Why are bridge games seemingly documented only by the hands and bidding?
Apr
9
answered Risk - To secure a world domination win?
Mar
29
answered In Blackjack, does the dealer reveal his hole card if you bust?
Mar
29
asked When might a Standard American bidder “bend” the five card major rule?
Mar
24
answered Game Balance Axis and Allies WWI
Mar
24
answered response with 4 cards in major and long (6+) minor
Feb
15
asked In bridge, does it make sense to “shade” one's bidding standards with a part score?
Feb
7
asked What is the “pause” rule for dummy play in tournament bridge?
Feb
6
answered Is it ever better pass and not hit in backgammon?
Feb
6
answered Does Monopoly involve skill to a considerable degree?
Feb
5
asked In bridge, should you be more careful with takeout doubles over one spade?
Jan
30
asked Has anyone experienced “too many players” in a game of monopoly?
Jan
27
answered What happens when a piece is kinged in checkers?
Jan
25
answered What are good reasons to lead dummy's first bid suit?
Jan
25
asked In bridge, should East consider “overtaking” his partner's lead if able?
Jan
22
answered Bidding response to convenient minor bid