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Cornelia Yoder
Cornelia Yoder
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May 18, 2011
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What are you done with?
My "Other" was really "All of the Above".
Poll on Psychs - 1
I psyche when the conditions are perfect for it, regardless of how many how often, but only against players I can't beat naturally.
Condition of Contest
Sabrina, MY confusion is why you would read this wrong. If the COC says, "", that is clearly the most recent run. If the hyphens are missing, I still read it the same way, although I can understand your confusion.
Is there a law that says you can't add a choice to your standard set?
Condition of Contest
I'm confused, I read this statement as saying, " of the ACBL computer run-of-the-month preceding the event." --- hyphens mine, of course, to clarify what I would think this meant ---
Can systems be too well defined?
When my students ask me (and they do this often), "Should I learn ThusAndSuch Convention?", I just ask them to describe the problem that the convention solves. If they can't answer that, they don't need the convention.
How the average 'grass-roots' club players feel about psychs
I have always believed that it's stupid to psyche against opponents that you can beat naturally. I once played a hand against Zia in an online tournament where he psyched an opening bid. I simply sent him a private message saying Thanks for the compliment that he considered me ...
Flannery Disclosure
And Mark, those other 36 pairs who don't play Flannery have apparently realized it's not so valuable.
Flannery Disclosure
Ron says, [i]"At least when I open 1C and rebid 1S, my partners know I have at least 4 4 in the blacks; yours only know you have 4S"[/I] And when you open 1C and rebid 1N, your partners don't even know you have 4S. I prefer ...
Flannery Disclosure
Maybe [I]"It's a common agreement to bid 1♣-1♥;1NT holding four spades"[/I], but it still misses 4-4 spade fits. Jacoby 2N is a common agreement, too, but it's alertable, so why should bypassing a spade suit not be, just because "it's common"? And I ...
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