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Allan Simon
Allan Simon
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Aug. 24, 2010
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Your preferred defenses vs. 1NT
I think our defense is called Donaldson but I may be mistaken: X = penalty 2C = one or both majors. Partner bids 2D to say he prefers hearts, 2H if he préfers spades. 2D = any three suiter, must include diamonds , 10+ HCP, 2H and 2S = named major and a minor 2NT ...
Meaning of spades bids in a XYZ auction
1S natural, less than invitational, 5 or 6 diamonds. 2S splinter in support of hearts 2C forces to 2D, then 2S is natural and invutational 2D any GF, possibly with spades
is wide range 1NT open allowed?
There used to be a special dispensation for the Woodson Two-way Notrump. I wonder if it is still on the books.
Bermuda Bowl-1959 Segment 1
One of many bridge players whose athletic accomplishments have been exaggerated. I have read several times that Robin MacNab, a former ACBL president, was an Olympic pole vaulter. In fact his best performance was a seven-way tie for third in an Ivy League meet. There is also a current well ...
Bermuda Bowl-1959 Segment 1
There was no bridge player named Sam Frey. There was a Richard Frey, who was the ACBL Bulletin editor. There was a Sam Fry Jr.
Are you in shape? We weren't
What's wrong with 3NT?
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
Barry you wouldn't be a Patriots fan by any chance? You don't come across as objective
Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
And what about the other hands I posted, especially hands 2 and 4? Did EC misplay those too?
What do you lead from J982? (Modified)
Probably not the Jack
What are your pet peeves?
Even if you didn't pay attention to the vulnerability while playing/defending the previous board, you can ascertain this by either looking at the info on the inside of the convention card or by remembering ONEB-NEBO-EBON-BONE. As I said in my preamble, it's nothing serious, just a quirky ...

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