40+ years ago, Eddie Kantar wrote an article in the long defunct magazine, Popular Bridge where he described defense to Flannery.
His approach DID include differentiating normal Strong NT via DBL and trick-taking SNT via 2N.
Further clarification discussed PASS then 2N = minors
I'm not confident and too lazy ...
May 1976 Rubin-Granovetter lost to Mike & Kerri Shuman 85-86
My spreadsheet still has many gaps, but most impressive score prior to this one - at least to me was:
April 2016 Rigal-Milgrim vs Pepsi-Kwicien tied @88
January 2017 is the 50th anniversary of Bridge World's Challenge the Champs. Because of that, I have been making at token attempt to build a spreadsheet with various forms of trivia, The data includes, but is not limited to:
* top on a board being something other than 10
* total ...
"Official Precision Teachers Manual"
C. C. Wei & Shirley Silveman
Barclay Bridge Supplies
I have new laptop on order - so have to wait until I regain ability to scan
Hopefully you'll also find some students who are interested in EHAA
show of hands -- how many of you know that Larry Weiss must be qualified as California or Boston? or sometimes California version mentioned as the guy who took tournament pictures at ACBL events
Recently, I actually scanned my copy of Larry's "Simple Club" for someone who used to play ...
i'll split this into topic-specific entries
[i]update: before posting anything i should have also read General Conditions of Contest http://usbf.org/docs/COC/General-CoC.pdf[/i]
[b]2) IPP and Seeding Point Reduction for finishes with “tainted players”[/b]
unless this only affects setting the ...
knowing that specifics are somewhat dictated by number of teams, i still wonder:
1) should the CoC mention the number (range?) of boards played in Round Robin matches
[i]update: just noticed p.l7 mention that minimum number of boards = 6[/i]
2) should the CoC include the ...