Here are but a few examples of the many Dealmaster screens and printouts . why the Dealmaster Pro bridge simulator program is ideal for Bridge Players. Dealmaster Pro is so extensive in its capabilities that no serious bridge partnership should be without it and it is a must for teachers. You can restrict the dealing.
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When four or five thousand deals have been created, there is significant data for an informed judgment re accuracy of the shapes compared to standard expected.
That ended the controversy. One well liked program – BIg Deal – is now included in Dealmaster. All platforms have something sane for generating entropy and cryptographically-secure random numbers for seeds and such. Is there another dealing program that will appease the club members who want a more dealmastr random hand generation – perhaps similar to the current ACBL tournament hands?
I realize that physical security is even dealmastee more of a danger than cryptanalysis, but we should be able to see the “set bits” and the BigBook “page” for every hand generated, on the dewlmaster records.
I suggest that anyone wishing to implement computer generated hands at their club start with a one month control period – where you actually shuffling everything by hand yourself, but tell them they were computer generated.
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Given that the number of bridge deals is a little less than 2 96 dealmaeter, one would need a 96 bit Mersenne Twister. Every time DM Pro deals are generated for club play, the user is invited to print a statistical summary.
Delete From Topic The post will be removed from this topic completely. Is there another dealing program that will make appease the club members who want a more random hand generation – perhaps similar to the current ACBL tournament hands? The above mentioned data prove its effectiveness.
In that sample, DM Pro deals were slightly more accurate than BigDeal, but the difference is not dealmastr. In Big deal, the random generation proo performed by involving input from the user.
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For example, noticing that north has held the club 5 for 4 or more hands in a row, I’ve started to expect north to hold the club 5 again on the next hand. Most players wouldn’t be able to evaluate “statistical norms” to save their life.
While most of the hands are random, I’ve also noticed the relatively frequent occurance of non-random hands, or rather, series of non-random hands. It’s random number generator is mathematically more robust than the base one in Dealmaster, but no in a way that anyone would notice even if they played every day.
In the front end by Kaj Backas, one needs to click a number of times with the mouse. Then let all the superstitious people with selective memory about voids and such come out and complain and make fools of themselves before you actually switch. A document dealmaaster the process is available by emailing dealmaster at dealmaster. The data shows no bias toward excessive voids or singletons.
You can do the same. There are a number of other dealing programs out there. Time to get over it If someone feels a specific program is being less than random, there must be ways of checking for flaws and fixing them if found.
That requires a not so standard PC. I don’t have hard numbers dealmasfer I am convinced there is a correlation here. The data is accumulated. After a while people accepted the fact that they were now playing ‘really’ random deals yeah yeah, it’s not truely random, I knowwhile they weren’t in the dealmastet.
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It would really help if someone knowledgeable in computer science took a look at the underlying code. After 90 days and 60 deals and hands, most players are not convinced that this program approaches statistical norms. I don’t know how Big deal is implemented in Deal Master Pro, but it wouldn’t make much sense to implement it without using the method Big deal uses to generate the random numbers.
No one has proven it cannot. I haven’t been able to obtain an advantage from this yet, but I should be able to in the future. Most shuffle only twice.
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Thanks dealmatser the reply. Try this for abouthands and I think you will find that the match is quite close. To give just one example, I’ve noticed that there appear quite a lot of series of 5 or 6 hands in which one player picks up the same spot-card. It includes a table with the frequencies for all possible hands. Trinidad, on October, dealmasher Hanoi5, on October, True, but my partner is a math major and I am a statistics minor and both of us are suspicious of the non-randomness of the hands so far.
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