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To their detriment ;)
Nov. 27
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Hi Prahalad. What's your take? Or what transpired at the table?
Nov. 21
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And carrying on with a X :)
Nov. 19
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How does one accept an insufficient call? By announcing so? or one has to quickly make some bid for it to be accepted?
Nov. 19
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slightly torturous description?????????????

I was sure the description would have opened a few Chakras….Enlightened ;)
Nov. 18
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>> East's hand is the classic fit showing jump <<


That word classic here just tells me that it's the worst example of a fit jump which just makes the cut.
Nov. 18
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Amen!
Nov. 18
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Lets assume partner has a 6 bagger with the K and 10 amongst those. So I can see 5 tricks two aces in my hand(the entries to pull s twice). That's still 3 down -800. That was the reason for me to stick to the XX once having made the X. Match Points.
Nov. 14
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Blood :)
Nov. 14
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:) I was East
Nov. 14
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His name is Deb Paul.
Nov. 11
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Rear view mirrors show the future not the past :)
Nov. 10
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One i recall having read was Martin Hoffman in some MP contest, Where the opponents were in 6 and dummy had AQXXX in and AKJXX in . He sitting over dummy had a void in and Qxxxx in s. The 3 of was lead and dummy played the A and Martin dropped his Q on it. So the declarer felt there wasn't any need to finesse in trumps, so played off the top and tried to discard his losers on the good s. Which west ruffed and they then cashed their A.
Oct. 27
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Finding the only way to make or break a contract however far-fetched it is. Or taking the contract one or more tricks down than the field, or make one or more tricks than the field. That's all there is to a brilliancy.
Oct. 26
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Oh then he would alert so and let the opponents know.
Oct. 25
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Your 2 bid says you want to play in partner's major.
Oct. 25
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But what makes something a bridge brilliancy?


Too many to be enumerated.
Oct. 25
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Nice! So they added a “t” to it….
Oct. 23
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With only opponents Vul partner opens a precision 1 and he's Vul.
Oct. 22
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Lol. The 10 was the unblock(to me it's just denying the Q). Taken along with the 3 discard it's a request to cash out. They may have 10 tricks in the minors, as the second wasn't ducked, the declarer must have felt it's odds on to bring in 11.
Oct. 21
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