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Statistical Analysis: Relationship Between Tricks and Points
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It may not be a crapshoot for you, but you were talking about ease of teaching to which I responded.

The same factors do skew both, and I saw that in the comparison results I posted. The point is that a computer or beginner or even advanced player can bid with confidence simply by counting their aces and trump and doubling it to replace the "20" portion of adding up how high they can bid. A person can also count tricks and see if they can push it higher, but it is a crapshoot and one can talk theemselves into anything if they want. The Quality Count takes subjective guessing out of it for those that are not experienced enough to count accurately while also allowing them to bid higher (or lower!!) than the +20 points they must pull they are taught.
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RE: Statistical Analysis: Relationship Between Tricks and Points - rdwrites - 05-09-2016, 10:29 AM

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