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Art Korth
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April 18, 2012
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about me

Tax attorney in Atlantic City, NJ.  Playing bridge since 1972.  Inherited much of my sense of bridge humor from Dave Treadwell, so beware.

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Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
See Case 10. http://web2.acbl.org/casebooks/Philadelphia_Spr96.pdf
ATB -640
In my experience, passing the redouble at the one level says I have nothing to say. Penalty doubles at the one level are quite rare, and it does not pay to cater to them. However, at any higher level, the pass of the redouble should be a penalty pass. One ...
Assign the blame
As the Hideous Hog said, no bid is truly bad if it provokes an even worse bid by the opposition.
Why I suck at matchpoints (part 2)
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Assessing the blame
No. For 4NT to be key card for spades there has to be suit agreement. That is easily accomplished by bidding 3 over 2NT.
Assessing the blame
How light do you open the bidding? Even opposite most light opening bids, the North hand looks like a slam bid rather than an invite. Does the 2NT rebid show extras? Does it show full values? Or, looking at this another way, what would a 2 rebid show?
Confused old man
I seem to recall another thread dealing with a similar situation. The solution (if it is really a solution) is to have Harry at a table that is not in competition with the rest of the game. Pairs that come to Harry's table are essentially sitting out one round ...
ATB - Missed Matchpoint Game
If you agreed Landy and never had another word of discussion on the topic, it is unlikely that you would run into a hand where it mattered. I don't think this is one - both partners could have bid more without any fancy agreements.
Sleeping on the couch, again
I voted for "Dave should sleep on the couch" (among other positive answers) on the general principle which is demonstrated by this quip: If a man is in the forest and there is no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong? (By the way, congrats on cashing your ...
Is doubling after this (slight) pause Justified?
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