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I read someone else visited Russia in the 80s. https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/11/19/trump-first-moscow-trip-215842
July 1
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As I mentioned before, at the Transnational teams in Chennai 2015 team Zimmerman got a ruling on the following hand when declarer claimed without stating a line of play:

http://db.worldbridge.org/repository/tourn/chennai.15/Microsite/Asp/BoardAcross.asp?qboard=024.03..1133

The ruling was that declarer should not notice the potential block in and thus was forced to go down. Different strokes for different folks apparently.
June 11
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As I was the club leader I can confirm that declarer did not state any line of play, just tabled his cards. He was not aware of any problem until the director was called.

Does anyone have a reference to the Team Zimmerman appeal against a claim in a WBF event a few years ago? Maybe the transnational teams 2015 or 2017?

edited: some stupid spelling
June 11
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May 31
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I will definitely buy it Mats! After reading I will donate to a junior who did not get her/his own free copy!
May 24
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What is the legal difference of not being able to describe your system in a complex context compared to in a mundane context? None as far as I am concerned. Explain what you are playing or suffer the consequences. “Just Bridge” is never enough.
May 17
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May 5
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Maybe it is time for some brazilian bridge officials to shed light on the break-up of the Chagas-Brenner partnership!?
April 20
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Hi Jose! What are the 3 key areas for international bridge to improve and how do you suggest it should be done?
April 17
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Guess the local officials haven't followed the resulting publicity or potential promotion of tourism of previous Buffet Cups. How many can say they know where the previous Cup was held and travelled there because of that knowledge?
April 15
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Not to rain on your parade but what is the purpose of the Buffet Cup? Is it to display high-level bridge (apparently not), recruit bridge players (what is the plan?), increase media coverage (yeah, right, this thread speaks for itself) or just give some nice travels and accommodation to well connected people (hmm)?
April 15
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Not to mention what actually was said at the table with the director present.
April 1
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Money talks over honesty. Color me not suprised at all over those names.
March 24
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Rumor has it that the team will be more youthful and “polished”!
March 6
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I think you are confusing the Cavendish with a sporting event. IAF with few boards is essentially a lottery.
Feb. 9
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A wild guess is that Barry Crane did not do so well when his partners bid and played in an even tempo.
Jan. 13
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“I doubled 2 which was dangerous with my hand, the auction worked wonderfully so now I make a horrendous 4 cuebid!”
Jan. 12
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Becker-Hayden did compete in the 68 trials for the 69 Bermuda Bowl. Notable absentees were Jordan-Robinson who, as it appears, gave up competitive bridge after the 1968 Olympic finals.
Jan. 7
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Interesting. It also gives a perspective as to why Becker-Hayden would look for hand signals from other pairs.
Jan. 1
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