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Avon Wilsmore
Avon Wilsmore
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Member Since
May 5, 2011
Last Seen
17 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Australia

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Favorite Bridge Memory
A X of 3NT in 1981...
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Double Bay Bridge Centre
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Showing the Queen of Spades
I refer you to the question on page 3.
Showing the Queen of Spades
Edgar Kaplan, writing on Herbert Negatives, provides this example as a minimum (not next-step) 2 response: Kxx xxx xx Q10xxx As for upper limits... you may very well think that, but I couldn't possibly comment.
Showing the Queen of Spades
I cover this deal, and other related deals, in a later work.
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
We are as one.
Showing the Queen of Spades
The details are not being withheld.
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
Not only a lack of apologies... some parties, known to be guilty of cheating by virtue of reference to video evidence, are appealing to CAS-type bodies.
Showing the Queen of Spades
All deals, and many more, will be presented in detail at another time. Meanwhile, I confess not to understanding this "equal-level conversion". Take P1, Q8: 8643 10 AK63 AQ98 After the given, P 1 X, suppose the auction goes like this: P 1 X 2 3 ...
Showing the Jack of Spades
Terence Reese, British Bridge World, Sep, 1956: "It was only recently that I learned of an interesting experiment made in the final of this year's Italian team-of-four championship. A screen was placed diagonally across the table so that each player could see one of his opponents but not his ...
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
I am waiting for a reply from Simon Fellus, WBF Secretary, on just that question (the vacating of titles). It's only been a few months...
Showing the Jack of Spades
Hand 1 (passing) occurred two years after hand 2 (raising).
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