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Ambrose Mackie
Ambrose Mackie
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Member Since
Feb. 26, 2013
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Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United Kingdom

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Favorite Conventions
One way reverse Drury, Weak 2D, support doubles
BBO Username
broze
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None
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What does this 3!d bid mean?
Standard agreement: stop-ask. Best agreement (imo): Majors (and 4 is "more Majors")
Interference vs. MAFIA
@MR: Yes.
Is this 3!s bid forcing?
Forcing makes zero sense
Opener's 2/1 rebid: confirm the 6 or show the 4?
1N for sure. Unless of course 1N denies a 6 card Major.
You be the Judge - missed game over weak 2
East made a courtesy raise when he has a good raise.
How strongly do you feel?
Michael, we are a very long way from single-dummy simulations it's true. But we are not far from the study I suggest. I hope that it will be done and this question can be put to bed once and for all.
How strongly do you feel?
It is one thing to say that a double-dummy analysis is vastly inferior to a single-dummy analysis. It is quite another to say that DDA is "irrelevant". A wager: I bet that at some point in the next five years someone performs an analysis on historic hand data and shows ...
Ethics, gamesmanship and the law
I would say impolite to lie but not unethical and blatantly not illegal. If you had played out two rounds of hearts there would probably be people here saying that you had wasted time by not claiming. Sometimes you can't win.
David Parsons's bidding problem: J9 --- AKQJ854 AKQ9
Lots of people criticising double. It's not my choice but realistically, what is the danger?
Onur Akdoğan's bidding problem: Kx Axxx Axxx AKx
What are the doublers doing after (p) 2?
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