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Allan Simon
Allan Simon
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Member Since
Aug. 24, 2010
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July 21
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Allan Simon's bidding problem: KT3 6 AQ97652 AT
No, support double would not apply at 3 level (maybe it should but it doesn't)
We Hope You Stay Home
Not suing, typo. Playing.
We Hope You Stay Home
In a KO event, a sponsor can hire 5 pros and by suing only 50% of the boards, he/she will account for only 8% of the decisions. Whereas in pairs the sponsor makes 50% of the decisions. Maybe that's why the ACBL rewards pairs with more points. Just ...
What is a Bloomer?
Thanks all, it is clear to me now. And I learned how to spell it. (I thought the creator's last name was spelled Bloom).
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AKJ74 KQ5 T7643 ---
That is exactly what would happen!
We Hope You Stay Home
Who cares about master points, do people really enter events based on the number of points they can win?
Ivey (Appellant) v Genting Casinos (UK) Ltd t/a Crockfords (Respondents)
Terence Reese (perhaps not the ideal person to ask) calls this "sharp practice". This is a term I'm not familiar with and I always wondered if Reese meant "clever" or "dishonest".
Missed game after Drury
IMHO North bid properly. South should make a game try, for example a Kokishy 2 ("in which suit would you accept a help-suit game try?"), or 3 or 3 if not playing Kokish. All would lead to 4.
PLAY WITH A WORLD CLASS PRO OR LEARN FROM A WORLD CLASS TEACHER
I tried to place a bid but there seems to be something wrong with their website
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AKJ74 KQ5 T7643 ---
With due respect to the luminaries who bid 4, keep in mind that spades rate to break very badly. That's the reason LHO did not bid over 1S. In fact RHO was 0-6-2-5.
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