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  • thanks to Latin scholar Henry Rich for this information sixteen years after I first wrote this story Took you long enough There is a demand nowadays for the sort of man who can make wrong appear right Publius Terentius Afer Now PTA is in my Bartlett s and he said a lot of terrific things but Bartlett doesn t include this one So I have always wondered Could Reese have made this up out of whimsy taking Terentius as a nom de plume and teasing his readers that he is dishonest in the very book where he defends himself I hope some classic scholar out there in rgb land can enlighten me I was holed up in England for the duration of some bygone war or other and had a small number of encounters with Terence Reese who was a remarkable person The only time we played together was when I cut him in a home rubber bridge game The opponents bid 1S 2S passed to me and with my goodish 3541 distribution I divined a plan which I might not have attempted had my partner been a player of lesser reputation I doubled Reese responded 3C and this was doubled Had I held 3451 of course I would have removed to 3D so I felt confident that my legendary partner would understand a redouble as implying preference for hearts However had that been the case of course there would be no story With his 2335 distribution he chose to play 3Cxx which went down 4 an expensive save even under the old scoring table An altercation ensued Reese apparently did not approve of my reopening double Even if I bid 3D we lose 300 he said But if you bid 3H as you should it only costs 100 I

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  • Ideas in Forensic Mathematics
    Charles Brenner Ph D Consulting in Forensic Mathematics Contents Child body ID trick Realistic matching odds weighted odds The problem of claiming identity by DNA Y chromsome haplotypes Mitochondrial types Small likelihood ratios Mixture paradox Confusing LR and probability Accepting

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