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Cliff Gillis
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Sept. 30, 2010
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Who Will Direct the Directors?
Sorry I think we must have posted at the same time. If the original post is as fact as the director had established at the time then that is an entirely different matter.
Who Will Direct the Directors?
Also, I fully understand your point in posting this is not necessarily about South's action's as it is about the director but one could argue that this 'small' detail may also have an impact on the directors ruling.
Who Will Direct the Directors?
Sabine, it didn't seem clear (at least to me) that the OP was your teammates version of events. It sounded like the facts were put on the table so to speak. My point is that if you knew in advance of writing the OP that the explanation MIGHT have ...
Who Will Direct the Directors?
Sabine, if you were aware that the explanation at the table (of which you were not present) may have been ‘usually at least 4 spades’ than I think failing to mention that in your original post is poor. Many who have read the OP as well as some of the ...
Did I really play this stupidly? (1/2)
If you are going to do this then a slight improvement is perhaps to play One round of Hearts before 3 rounds of Diamonds.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
When these first appeared I thought -wow, this is the future of duplicate bridge. The practical benefits of these devices are huge. I’m assuming there are some cost/manufacturing issues? Otherwise every club would have them by now.
An Absurd ACBL Procedure
Just out of curiosity (and somewhat in relation to this discussion) does anyone know if there has been any progress in the device that deals the boards at the table for you? I think this was a demo a few years back at some European events.
What is this Double?
Richard-Andy’s example above is after 1-1. This is one of many hands that would bid 2 with a 4-card heart suit.
What is this Double?
I think it is very reasonable for this double to show a hand with 4h!’s that wants to also compete to at least 3’s. How else can you show this?
What is this Double?
Partner can’t likely have 4 hearts? Very much disagree with that.....
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