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Amir Farsoud
Amir Farsoud
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 5, 2015
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning my first regional event at the Toronto Easter Regional many years ago.
Regular Bridge Partners
Many
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Centre of Niagara
Favorite Conventions
Multi 2 Diamonds, Transfer Pre-empts
BBO Username
AMFAS
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Rate North's bidding
What does not bidding a negative double have to do with the strength of the third seat opener?
Club policy legal?
Yes, Ron, they’re both part of the game (that’s probably what I was thinking of when I told the OP “psyches are part of the game”). They are, however, nowhere near equal. Knowing how to, and executing a squeeze is a NECESSARY part of the game, whereas psyches ...
Club policy legal?
Ron's false equivalency notwithstanding, psyches are part of the game, like it or not. Most people don;t use them very often (I think I've done it a total of 5 times in my life), while some will do it as often as they can get away with ...
Club policy legal?
I don't need a "tactical bid" to get a decent board against a novice pair, and I don't want a top if arrived at in that fashion. That being said, I don't think there is, or should be, any law against it. They're part of the ...
What are your pet peeves?
Kevin, have a feeling the answer to your question is that they simply don;t see your falsecard, or fail to recognize it as such.
What are your pet peeves?
Matt, in theory what you say is true. however, as this happens with relatively high frequency, and is dismissed regularly by the powers that be as "not even serious enough to warrant a director call", it has become trivialized to the point of becoming a "pet peeve".
What are your pet peeves?
Imagine that. Me being part of a distinct minority. Who'd have thunk it? :)
What are your pet peeves?
Yeah, I guess bidding 3 spades (weak) with the second hand or showing a limit raise with the first (Randy's example) would be just way too normal and pedestrian. I like to know what's in partner's hand (and for partner to know what's in mine), but ...
What are your pet peeves?
A weak, 5 card raise with shortness somewhere (no 5-3-3-2 hands) and no defensive tricks outside of spades.
What are your pet peeves?
I've been doing it for 20 years. It takes maybe 3-4 seconds longer, but I've never screwed up the bidding box, and more importantly, never accidentally dropped 20 bidding cards on the ground. Which, incidentally, is the main reason I do it (as opposed to looking cool). If ...
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