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Alexander Woo
Alexander Woo
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Sadly, anyone with both the time and the brains for bridge isn't going to the university I teach at.
Rebid after J2NT
I was indeed talking about standard Jacoby, and imagined Tom's bidding sequence. I agree there are better methods out there, though I don't know one that's both better and at least as easy to remember.
Rebid after J2NT
Here is the what Jacoby 2N is supposed to address: AKxxx KQx x Kxxx opposite Qxxx Axx xxx AQx is almost cold (around 80%+) for 6. However, AKxxx KQx Kxxx x opposite Qxxx Axx ...
Another idea to improve system compliance
Ed - you read me correctly. In one club, the director would insist that they should be welcomed to play what they play. But it would mean we would probably go from having no game a couple times a year to no game every couple of months. They'd add half ...
Gold Rush
I'm about 35 (of any color) short. I might as well get it over with instead of taking 4 years to do it. (Besides, I like playing in better games...)
Gold Rush
Robert - there are bracketed knockouts. Also, the side games, even though they are open games, are generally much easier than the 2 session games.
Another idea to improve system compliance
Ed - both of the clubs have survived because we have welcomed the not particularly competitive, socially oriented players who, in most other places, would be unwilling to venture out of the kitchen or senior center games. The alternative is to join the several dozen clubs in other rural communities in ...
Another idea to improve system compliance
Where I am, this would be pointless. For both of the clubs within 80 miles of where I live, having a pair that regularly played something not 5-card-majors-strong-NT-no-forcing-1-level-bids would mean the death of the club in short order.
Profitable For-Profit Bridge Clubs
Karen - I think of your club as medium-sized.
Profitable For-Profit Bridge Clubs
Jeff, The smaller clubs that have been dying have never been for-profit in any meaningful sense. At best, they manage to pay a barely reasonable wage to the director. Bridge clubs in rural places die when they run out of bridge players. No don't talk about classes for new ...
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