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weird cue bid never seen this one before

#1 User is offline   pigpenz 

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Posted 2017-August-24, 09:07



dont really understand this cue bid, I hope this is a bug. I would expect this to be 5 and 5or 5
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Posted 2017-August-24, 13:17

Having played with GIB for several years now, I don't think I have ever seen a call quite as bizarre as the 4H out of nowhere here. Possibly an unintended consequence of the most recent update? I don't know but BBO needs to act now if GIB is going to be making bids like this regularly.
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Posted 2017-August-24, 13:43

View Postpigpenz, on 2017-August-24, 09:07, said:



dont really understand this cue bid, I hope this is a bug. I would expect this to be 5 and 5or 5


Looks like it skipped a bid, East was supposed to bid 4H not North. Where was this hand played?

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Posted 2017-August-24, 17:59

robot rentals for week
GIB has been bidding pretty good lately but this one really caught me off guard
I notice there were mixed raise cue bids which I don't remember seeing in past
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Posted 2017-September-06, 17:47

For reference, this is not a server glitch where a shaky connection somehow ends up with the wrong data about who bid coming through. This is replicable and an issue with the actual bidding database.



And was replicated at other tables as well.
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Posted 2017-September-07, 12:50

I know for certain this is being fixed in the next version.
Please let me know about any questions or interest or bug reports about GIB.
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Posted 2017-October-19, 08:43

This should be fixed now. There was a small GIB update today, with few tweaks and fixes including this particular bug.

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Posted 2017-October-20, 07:10

View Postpigpenz, on 2017-August-24, 09:07, said:



dont really understand this cue bid, I hope this is a bug. I would expect this to be 5 and 5or 5

pigpenz how do you post the hand here as you have?

thanks
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Posted 2017-October-20, 16:27

View Postvirgosrock, on 2017-October-20, 07:10, said:

pigpenz how do you post the hand here as you have?

thanks
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The way I do it is create a blank handviewer link using the Hand Editor button. This will give you something like this:

[hv=pc=n&s=shdc&w=shdc&n=shdc&e=shdc]399|300[/hv]


Then find the link to the hand, and replace everything in the first square brackets apart from the initial hv= with the link to the hand so you get

[hv=(link)]399|300[/hv]
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As an example:

[hv=http://www.bridgebase.com/tools/handviewer.html?sn=manudude03&s=SAT2HAKQ98DJT2CQ6&wn=Robot&w=SQJ974H2DK965CJ74&nn=Robot&n=SK83HJT43DA73CK83&en=Robot&e=S65H765DQ84CAT952&d=e&v=n&b=2&a=P1N(notrump%20opener.%20Could%20have%205M.%20--%202-5%20%21C%3B%202-5%20%21D%3B%202-5%20%21H%3B%202-5%20%21S%3B%2015-17%20HCP%3B%2018-%20total%20points)P2C(Stayman%20--)P2H(2-5%20%21C%3B%202-5%20%21D%3B%204-5%20%21H%3B%202-4%20%21S%3B%2015-17%20HCP%3B%2018-%20total%20points)P4HPPP&p=C4C3C9CQHAH2H3H5HKS4H4H7H8CJHTH6C8CTC6C7S5S2S9SKCKCAH9D6SAS7S3S6STSQS8D4SJD3C5HQDJD9DAD8HJC2D2D5D7DQDTDK]399|300[/hv]


gives you:


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Posted 2017-October-21, 06:36

View Postmanudude03, on 2017-October-20, 16:27, said:

The way I do it is create a blank handviewer link using the Hand Editor button. This will give you something like this:

[hv=pc=n&s=shdc&w=shdc&n=shdc&e=shdc]399|300[/hv]


Then find the link to the hand, and replace everything in the first square brackets apart from the initial hv= with the link to the hand so you get

[hv=(link)]399|300[/hv]
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As an example:

[hv=http://www.bridgebase.com/tools/handviewer.html?sn=manudude03&s=SAT2HAKQ98DJT2CQ6&wn=Robot&w=SQJ974H2DK965CJ74&nn=Robot&n=SK83HJT43DA73CK83&en=Robot&e=S65H765DQ84CAT952&d=e&v=n&b=2&a=P1N(notrump%20opener.%20Could%20have%205M.%20--%202-5%20%21C%3B%202-5%20%21D%3B%202-5%20%21H%3B%202-5%20%21S%3B%2015-17%20HCP%3B%2018-%20total%20points)P2C(Stayman%20--)P2H(2-5%20%21C%3B%202-5%20%21D%3B%204-5%20%21H%3B%202-4%20%21S%3B%2015-17%20HCP%3B%2018-%20total%20points)P4HPPP&p=C4C3C9CQHAH2H3H5HKS4H4H7H8CJHTH6C8CTC6C7S5S2S9SKCKCAH9D6SAS7S3S6STSQS8D4SJD3C5HQDJD9DAD8HJC2D2D5D7DQDTDK]399|300[/hv]


gives you:



thanks manudude. i tested a post with all except the "hv=" and it worked. except the size is small. anyway around that?

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Posted 2017-October-21, 11:07

The hv tag, duh. He was leading you by the nose, just follow his directions.
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Posted 2017-October-21, 19:07

View PostStephen Tu, on 2017-October-21, 11:07, said:

The hv tag, duh. He was leading you by the nose, just follow his directions.


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Posted 2017-November-01, 10:12

TESTIING -trying to insert tinyurl win handviewer


Is it possible to delete a post? I want to delete this one and start over
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Posted 2017-November-01, 10:20

View Postzhasbeen, on 2017-November-01, 10:12, said:

TESTIING -trying to insert tinyurl win handviewer


Is it possible to delete a post?


Yes I deleted your previous attempt. You can keep editing the same post though, there's a preview function that lets you see what it would look like before you hit post.

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Posted 2017-November-01, 10:33

View Postdiana_eva, on 2017-November-01, 10:20, said:

Yes I deleted your previous attempt. You can keep editing the same post though, there's a preview function that lets you see what it would look like before you hit post.


Thanks diana. Can I delete a post or does admin have to do it?

I know about the preview. I've created handviewer diagrams manually and pasted tinyurl links into my posts, but was trying to combine the two with no success so far. I've seen some some of the explanations but has yet to sink in.

Will come back to this later and play around some more.
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