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Ben Green
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F-Z: Something Old, Something New
Sadly in the 1968 WC Book there is no commentary on the hand you mentioned Henry. Just the hand, what happened and on to the next one.
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: AQ863 J2 42 A874
2NT as a 4 card limit or better seems normal enough.
The World's most complete bridge player.
Peter, 1. Andrew wrote on the original thread, 'I had considered not posting here at all but taking other actions against the writer.' I'm sure you will argue that this doesn't necessarily mean legal but I and many others thought the meaning to be clear. 2. I said ...
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1. Much longer than 24 hours. I don't know how long exactly, nobody does. But the EBU would need to seek expert opinion. Most likely hold a meeting or several meetings to discuss internally. Probably discuss with BBO. Certainly discuss legal ramifications with external counsel (particularly in the context ...
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I was not implying that the EBU wouldn't follow it up. Of course they would. But it would not have stopped so quickly. It might have been months before a conclusion was reached. There are other cases that have been ongoing for much longer time periods and no conclusion ...
ALT 5: My adventures on BBO part 5
Normal to double right Huub? Easy 300, or 500 if hearts 3-2. You bought a huge dummy and even then had to play perfectly to bring game home.
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Everyone is going to have a different view on whether the article was the 'right' way of going about things. I don't intend to present a view on that. It can't be denied that in terms of the cheating itself the article has proved highly effective (as were ...
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David Parsons's bidding problem: KJ85 AKQ 8 J8532
For me a delayed 2 must show 4 5m and long hearts. You can't have a hand that failed to bid 1 on the first round that needs to bid 2 now.
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