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$2.2 to $2.94. Unlimited tea/coffee/water. Limited(enough) biscuits. Samosa and Jalebi during the break.

Here I am talking about the weekly game held at DBA(Delhi Bridge Association).

Also on Saturday teams the cost is $1.47. No Jalebis, the rest are served.
June 19
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ORF** Surely 6+hcp, and yes 4+.
June 15
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To be fair: This North has been known to make such awkward passes. But when he does so his partner is always as surprised by it as are the opponents. More often than not this gets them a very low score.

Known to pass forcing bids, known to pass cue bids(probably depresses him if his partner cue bids opponent's suit more than once)
June 15
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Couldn't have heard. This was T5, T6 was a good 10feet away.
June 15
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1 +2. EW could make up to at least 2
June 15
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Sure. I mentioned in the OP both N and S had their initial bids as per the system.
June 15
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Maybe someone has mentioned upthread, but with south's hand I'm going to X whatever our systematic understanding says.I have no other bid.
June 14
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You can play Precision with fewer agreements.
June 13
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The result should stand. if S remembered 5 to 7 then he has AI that N's hand is around 19 20.
June 13
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This was teams yesterday at the Euro's
June 13
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No player has the right to say things that spoil the enjoyment of the game for other players.

That's rich. All the players have traversed some distance from home, all are paying the same entry fees, all have given up time to come to play. I've never heard a director give this admonishment to a pair who has taken advantage of BIT. So they doing their BIT and your pair suffering the consequences of it isn't spoiling your enjoyment of the game.
June 13
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45 second BIT? This reminds me of LHO as opener tanks for 30secs and opens 1NT 15/17. His partner bids 2. Again a tank, but before he could bid, I piped in. Askin that,as there are only three possible responses, what are you thinking about? At this his partner burst out laughing.

That was enough redress as far as I was concerned.
June 12
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Responder shows 1….slow one of a fast one.
June 11
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Ouch! Just checked it was exactly as you said. This room EW +200. Other room EW +140 in 2.
June 11
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Congrats!
June 11
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When I feel I have no recourse at my local, I post at BW :)

Then if I feel the accused has erred due to lack of knowledge o show him the results/replies/votes from here.Or else just to learn the nuances.
June 11
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This reminds me of a hand I watched last evening in a match between Monaco and Poland. My attention had wavered while the auction was on, and by the time it returned E has made an opening lead. Contract 2 by N. He He were allowed to play in 2. Wonder what the auction was.
N:AK98983Q4KJ95
S:542KQ,J985Q864
W:Q37542K7A10732
E:J1076AJ106A10632,

West dealer
June 11
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Sorry about the bidding diagram, it should show N bidding 3NT.

Also S had besides other cards, KQxx.
June 10
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West showed out second round of s.
June 8
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North on the second round of bidding should have bid 6 and South on his third round,over East's expected 6 should have a way of showing his void, or not. Easy way to 7
June 4
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