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Alexander Woo
Alexander Woo
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Ethical, questionable or cheating?
Peg - I remember once playing against a declarer in a situation where even dummy knew he was looking for the trump queen. To try to figure out who had it, he stared for ten seconds at each opponent to see who flinched in response to the stare. I think that ...
Ethical, questionable or cheating?
Rosalind - sophisticated players who have extensive agreements who frequently raise on three will have a bid to inquire about trump length.
A tricky 3N
I see - so it is unbeatable.
I AM NOT A JUNIOR ANYMORE
Open bridge is full of people whose first priority at the table is something other than getting better quickly.
Should This NLM Stay in his Lane?
One of the things I've found out is that different people's mental process for bridge differ by a lot. It might not be at all helpful for the lady to learn how you would figure out whether to take the finesse or not, because she just might not ...
Playing Weak NT. How to bid after 1m=1M with 4 card support.
Playing weak NT, I raise 1m-1M to 3M a little lighter on balanced hands than some of you might be suggesting. I'd raise to 3M on above average 16 HCPs, say AQxx Axx AQxx xx (after 1-1).
David Stevenson's bidding problem: KQ32 Q AQ875 975
I voted for 4. But most of my opponents would rarely consider doubling it.
Why are you playing bridge?
For the local club game - I'm playing to get a chance to socialize with people I wouldn't see otherwise, and to help keep the game alive. Tournaments - I'm still learning something pretty much every session.
Tied pairs winners in a 5 table howell.
Rather than boards where they played each other, how about boards where they sat the same direction, scored at BAM? Is that more fair?
Right-siding a contract
I would say that (3) is important only in a good field. Even regional open pairs at a weaker regional might not qualify as good. At the local club, (3) is unlikely to matter at all, because no defender will actually take advantage of the information.
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