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If 1 was systemic bid, change the system. If 1 can be 2 cards, Polish -style responses work well, that is 2=GF with 5+, 4M possible.
Dec. 15
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What if director says ‘comments are discouraged,’ do I have any options?
Dec. 15
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Balanced??? With the boss suit?
Dec. 14
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I don't think that the regulation should be aimed at impeding moronic bidding approaches
Dec. 13
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Perhaps there exist a Platonic heaven where it is the perfect solution to ban bridge cheaters for life. With all the frictions of human affairs this proposal seems to me highly imperfect to say the least. The gravity of outcome will put the burden of proof already difficult to sustain outside of bridge at ridiculous heights. For pragmatic reasons bans should be such that a recourse to other courts would be impractical.
Dec. 12
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Automatic???
Dec. 12
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Steve Nash discovered that NBA championship is hard to come by
Dec. 5
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Do random Russians have Talmudic background?
Dec. 4
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How many s 3 does promise?
Dec. 1
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Perhaps I don't have right DNA to be a bridge pro, but if I were a 7NT bidder I wouldn't appeal for fear I'd die from shame
Dec. 1
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I doubt 3 necessarily showed 5-5 since 3 it's the best punt bid available here (3 should show 6), but I apparently agree I have well enough to accept.
Dec. 1
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Would 2 round before be GF?
Dec. 1
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Mixed strategies in bridge (or in any game when one may watch the opponent) face a very heavy problem: one needs to draw a random number before playing a card, which apparently takes time. Then either you reveal or face an adverse ruling.
Dec. 1
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I'm taken aback by East saying anything but sorry, which has nothing to do with relative merits of J vs. T
Nov. 30
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If you deduced stiff A, why do you consider it may yield extra tricks in an NT contract?
Nov. 29
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With nothing extra 3N should be bid ASAP so as not to point out the lead
Nov. 29
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Has the declarer played bridge before?
Nov. 29
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Nov. 29
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You are creating an antinomy since had I played the hand well those magnificent events would have never happened, as well as your brilliant critique
Nov. 28
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Your lucky day, 3 bidders?
Nov. 28
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The idea that a level 3 free bid shows a bad minimum hand spreads wider and wider
Nov. 27
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