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Thx for your judgement!

West holds: 97 Q10 109863 AQJ10
North holds: 83 J652 KQ2 7654

DD-Analysis: 8 tricks in NT, 9 tricks in , 10 tricks in
July 13, 2018
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Thx for your votes! Here is Board 13:

North
Q643
AQ6
QJ1083
8

West
1082
K109543
9
632

East
K74
J72
A64
AK54

1NT of East would not have been my choice, but…
Result: 2XE = -670
Par-Contract: 3NT (N/S) - 10 tricks in -contract possible, too
/ 8 tricks possible in 's for E/W
June 29, 2016
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Hi,

double was for penalty (9)10+ HCP and 2 transfer to hearts.
June 24, 2016
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“And they piled upon the cheaters hump the sum of all the rage and hate felt by their whole race. If their chests had been cannons, they would have shot their hearts upon them.”

- I am very happy that WBF determines penalties - in all cases. :)
Sept. 20, 2015
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Hi,

“Movements - a fair approach” suggests a Reduced Interwoven Howell

(a) 17 tables, 13 rounds
(b) 17 tables, 14 rounds (16 + Appendix table)
© 17 tables, 15 rounds



Aug. 30, 2015
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Another option is to make a poll and ask other players with same strenght: “What is your call after 2
We can weight an assigned adjusted score here in GER according to LAW 12C 1.c).
12C 1.e) does not apply here.
“Exposing th psych” is really interesting but I think no intermediate(-) player would bid 4.
July 25, 2014
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Right, but there was no meaning of this “transfer-cuebid” and I am really sure about it and in the end table result stands. Another question is should we allow E/W to play 2 without an UI (“OhUh”) because West has AI “not 14 cards”?
July 25, 2014
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Thanks for your responses! I have educated E/W and North of course. I wanted to collect some information about the bidding away from table and sso not to produce more UI.
My plan was to let them continue bidding and play and did so. Bidding went on with 3 by North (maybe a wild or gambling action according to LAW 12 C. 1. b)), 3 by South, passed out. N/S made 3 for 7 of 10 MP's and my ruling was result stands. In our TD lecture we have learned that an artificial corrected score should be the last option.
July 25, 2014
Micha Böcker edited this comment July 25, 2014
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I like the “Rule of 2, 3, 4” (Has nothing to do with coughs) So 2.
April 16, 2014
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Law 76 - Spectators

C. Participation

1. A spectator may speak as to fact or law within the playing area* only when requested to do so by the Director.
March 31, 2014
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Thank you for your answers. Hand was from a club tournament:

East aggressively preempted with:
92
KQ98743
Q2
97

Partner (South):
A86
AJ
AJT
A10854

So N/S can make 6, 6 or 3NT+1.
Another question would be: Do you like partner's 3NT overcall?
Some friends told me they play 4m = optional rkcb, 4 = optional rkcb and 4 = sign off.

The most interesting idea for me was… hey, I have just 6 losers but no keycard! -.-

But Bob, a source of trick hand is unlikely with my minor kings, isn't it?
July 15, 2013
Micha Böcker edited this comment July 15, 2013
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