suitSplit {bridger} R Documentation

## suitSplit

### Description

Provides the probabilities with with a number of cards will split between two hands, given a number of unknown cards in each hand. Unknown hands are assumed to be West and East.

If there is no information to indicate different numbers of unknown cards in both hands, then symmetrical probabilities will be returned. However, if one hand is expected to have a different number of cards to the other, then these can be specified. For example, if during the bidding East overcalled in spades, indicating a 5 card suit, then when looking at hearts, East has fewer cards. While the number of assumed cards in West's hand is 13 ('cards_W = 13'), the assumed cards in East should be reduced to 8 ('cards_E = 8')

### Usage

suitSplit(missingCards = 5, cards_W = 13, cards_E = 13)


### Arguments

 missingCards The number of cards held by the two hands cards_W Cards in West hands cards_E Cards in East hands

### Value

Tibble of probabilities

### Examples

suitSplit(missingCards = 6, cards_W = 13, cards_E = 8)


[Package bridger version 0.1.0 Index]