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Why not Buller?
Nov. 18
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Alexander, play 2 separate events - one for those who want to play Bridge and one for those who don't.
Nov. 17
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From what I have seen the defences leave a bit to be desired as well.
Nov. 16
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Meanwhile in the rest of the world….92 year old Aunt Tilley, playing in the Saturday afternoon duplicate, uses Multis and Polish 2 / 2 / 2NT.
Nov. 15
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Ok. I suppose. I can think of better meanings imo for 2 level bids, but whatever pulls anyone's chain is ok.
Nov. 15
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“In the Netherlands, the new trend is to play 2♥ as 5♥,3+♠”
Why?
Nov. 14
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“yes - a weak-only multi is basically stupid.”
You think so John? In fact I think the exact opposite and argue that including strong options takes away a lot of the value of a multi.
Nov. 14
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In that case its a Welsh rarebit.
Nov. 12
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For Australian readers - playing with Martin Wilcox, maniac extraordinaire, against a strong team. We were doing badly and the opps blundered into a grand off the K of trumps. Dummy held AQJ of trumps and Martin sat over dummy with Kx. Declarer hooked and Martin played low. Declarer hooked again. That was worth a lot of Imps in the rest of the match.
Nov. 8
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Done deal Dave. How is that for alliteration?
Nov. 8
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So Ben and Dave, if I read this correctly Pass over 1C (1D) would be a transfer to H? Is this correct?
Nov. 7
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That story is amazing.
Nov. 7
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Indeed, to just below a 2C opening.
Nov. 6
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I agree with Ian. This helps you naut, but just pass 2S. Further why on earth is 2NT an enquiry when 3C should be pass or correct? Now I ruff a D and play the C.
Nov. 5
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Multi Landy. Asptro with some players.
Nov. 3
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Which would be a good thing as Cappelletti is dreadful.
Nov. 3
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You beat me to it by _ this much.
Nov. 1
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That style is not uncommon. It is used by a number of Scandinavian players as well as Welland Auken. Ulf Nilsen plays this and has written about it. It is based on the concept of treating a balanced hand, (including 5332 shapes), as a balanced hand. You need well developed follow ups though.
Nov. 1
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Be careful Peter, you will incur the wrath of David Burn.
Nov. 1
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I totally concur.
Oct. 31
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