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Andy Bowles
Andy Bowles
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Member Since
Jan. 17, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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Young Chelsea
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1. Complete your card in a way that won't mislead them. If you haven't done that, tell them that what's on the card doesn't apply here. 2. When explaining your agreement on the first board, make it clear that it won't apply on every board ...
Bid out of turn ???
Perhaps you should have responded with "A director would give a ruling".
Minimum for 2S
So that we can go for a penalty opposite partner's 2344 19-count?
How many spades?
I'd bid 2 on KJxx xxx xxx xxx or K10xxx xxx xx xxx. (I don't know why I want that 10, but I tried removing it and then it didn't look like a 2 bid any more.) If opener had passed over 2, I ...
Minimum for 2S
The original post says "You have no other face cards." So if you have xxxxx, you have 0 HCP.
How many spades?
I wasn't imposing my methods, I was responding to the poll.
How many spades?
3 is non-forcing and 4 doesn't exist.
Bid out of turn ???
No, that would still be an idiot. The table in Law 2 doesn't tell us that Board 6 will be played after Board 5, or indeed that Board 6 will be played at all.
Bid out of turn ???
There are two offences, one by each side. Putting the board on the table the wrong way around is a minor offence. People do it all the time, and it doesn't cause any harm or significant inconvenience. It doesn't merit a procedural penalty. The player who opened the ...
Flannery Disclosure
It's irrelevant whether the agreement is good bridge or not. The purpose of alerting is to ensure that your opponents know what your bids mean. It's a common agreement to bid 1-1;1NT holding four spades. The opponents will be aware of this possibility, so if ...
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