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Andrew Spooner
Andrew Spooner
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Sept. 14, 2015
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australian youth player


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Score adjustment against/ No score adjustment for my partnership?
Michael's initial comment had an extra layer
A Double Standard?
It doesn't affect the rest of your post, but the regulation about not alerting any bid above 3NT specifically excludes opening bids. so an opening bid of 4 (assuming it doesn't show clubs) is alertable
Tony Rolfe's bidding problem: A QJ943 9 AQ8432
I bid 3 because I was unsure what 3 meant, and thought that it was probably a fit showing jump. the comment in the original post about 3 being described as 6 diamonds, possibly weak, is not correct - I was never asked what it meant, and if ...
Tony Rolfe's bidding problem: A QJ943 9 AQ8432
hello tony! it was a fun match
A Bridge Problem (of Sorts)
319 is the answer to another auction-related problem, but not this one
Getting down with the massive
the wait is over
I was one of the BBO operators for the final, and it was a very exciting match to watch. but it sounds like it was even more exciting at the other table
John Newman's bidding problem: QT432 --- KJT9842 7
John didn't hold this hand, which is a shame because he probably would have done something more sensible than my choice of 4
Hool - A Prelude to Bridge
HOOL is pretty fun - I played a bit in China as well, although I don't think I ever met you, Michael Something that I found very neat about the game was the scope to give tactical information to your partner about your hand, especially in the bidding. There was ...
Why You Should Learn Bridge Article
the greatest game of all time is Stephen's Sausage Roll, but bridge is pretty good too

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