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Andy Stark
Andy Stark
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 27, 2010
Last Seen
Oct. 15
Member Type
Bridge Writer
Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning 2006 GNTs Flt. A
Bridge Accomplishments
Editor of the Kibitzer Online, viewable at www.unit166.com; author of The Weak Notrump, published by Masterpoint Press
Regular Bridge Partners
Mixed bag
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, Ontario sectionals, Can-At
Favorite Conventions
Focus
BBO Username
creemore
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Andy Stark's bidding problem: K42 QT987 K2 AK2
I posted this as a problem because I was curious to see if more than 75% of the voters would answer partner's question. The hand came up at a recent Regional. At the table North took a full minute (no exaggeration) to bid 4NT and South took a full ...
Andy Stark's bidding problem: 6 A7652 AQJ65 Q7
At the table South bid 2. West raised spades and North bid 3. Pass by East. South tried 3; North bid 3NT. And now?
abstain
Please abstain from using cliches.
Where did you learn to play bridge?
Ditto: Folding table and chairs proper, old playing cards, dirty but sturdy, and We/They scoresheets; eventually a plastic table cover that provided charts for each player.
Spingold Round of 16 on Vugraph
Rayner vs. Lavazza please for some Canadian content.
The Worst Convention Ever
"I adore Flannery." Not the convention, [i]the man.[i]
The Worst Convention Ever
Bob, re: "I have a stopper, do you have a running 7-card suit?" That, I believe, is the Eastern Cuebid, akin to the Western Q.
In Memory of Ciara Burns
Great interview and I am sorry for your loss, Sam, and the UK's loss. 45 is much too young.
Ridiculous results, doubled or redoubled
2NT making seven?
Toronto Summer NABC Housing Update & other info
George Brown College has a residence offering up rooms, too, this summer. Not sure of availability but it would be about a 15-25 minute walk to the playing site. Also near the King St. streetcar. Plus it's in the historic Distillery District. http://www.georgebrown.ca/residence/rates-and-payment-options/
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