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Avon Wilsmore
Avon Wilsmore
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Member Since
May 5, 2011
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7 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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Another Look at Walter Avarelli
Ron was talking about representing Italy in world championships... Italy won 10 consecutive Bowls and three consecutive Olympiads.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Extracts... The New York Times, 3 August 1958: [i]On the first day, an American referee noticed that one of the Italian players held his cards high during some hands and low during others. There seemed to be a pattern, it was said —high for good hands, low for poor ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Quite so... thanks for clarifying.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Michael: Perhaps you mean, 5, 4... Damo: [i]What board number is this hand? ♠ AQJ743 ♥ A ♦ AK10 ♣ Q87 [/1] 1966/82 [i/]Avarelli's hand on board 21, 1966 is ♠JT73 ♥8 ♦764 ♣T8754 you dispute this too?[/i] I have never disputed this and and baffled as ...
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
You may be right, but the funny thing is that, as shown in the article, Avarelli made an even worse play in handling the club suit in 1NT. And your opinion of Avarelli's pass of 3X is what? Ron Von der Porten: [i]But the world of the ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
In fact, 2M is about 12-16. What you have read is not accurate. From the book: [i]"Roman two-bids are interesting. All two-bids fill canapé-caused systemic gaps: Two of a minor shows any 4-4-4-1 or 5-4-4-0 while two of a major shows that major and secondary clubs. There is no ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
What was the meaning of GB's 2? "Whatever the system was" is not going to help you understand the deal.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Nicolas: Two 3-3 fit hands are in the book. I think the concept of "exceeding tolerance" goes quite some way to explaining their existence. Deb: From the book: [i] While there is no currently-available video of the Blue Team in action, there are free alternatives for the reader who wishes ...
Another Look at Walter Avarelli
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The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
These are indeed exceptions... thank you for presenting them. Nonetheless, the payout ratio is bordering on supernatural. Anders Wirgren: "I am convinced that the Blue Team players signalled their strength in a similar way, because their timing was always perfect: they overbid when partner had extra values, but underbid when ...
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