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Cris Barrere
Cris Barrere
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March 19, 2012
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Curtis Cheek Wins 2019 Lazard Sportsmanship Award
So well deserved. Congratulations, Curtis.
ACBL Live Chrome Extension
Daniel, Daniel, Daniel. You just don't get it. What we all really want is an app that shows the results the way we intended them to turn out. Now that would be something. Seriously, good work. And I'd settle for knowing how to pull out hands retaining the ...
Director call in Honolulu
Hi Carol, I was among those polled and did not double. I was given an auction that had the opponents bidding 5h over 4s. I chose 5s as my action; the director then asked if I considered doubling and I replied that I did consider it but did not choose ...
Ripped Off
Great idea! Akin to the transponders that process our bridge tolls. However, seeing all those charges accumulated in one total might give one pause.
What does this double mean?
OTOH: You already have two ways to compete, bidding a suit at the three-level to keep from getting too high or getting the strain right by Q-bidding 4. If you add double as take-out, you unbalance your options by having no direct way to penalize.
What does this double mean?
Would your mind change if, as balancer, you held the stiff A? I am rather partial to the lovely seasonal visual.
What does this double mean?
So you don't think the jump rebid alters the scenario?
What does this double mean?
Consider: The club bidder will usually have good clubs and be well-prepared to be doubled, his partner having passed. Further, penalty is usually achieved by passing; if balancer has a good hand he can always re-open a second time with double.
After the Unusual vs. Unusual Double...
Anything other than natural and forcing is unplayable it seems to me. But the more interesting question in many of my partnerships is whether the initial double creates a force. It feels like it ought to be. But can't partner have a good hand but be waiting for you ...
Define 'Fragment'
I'm a big fan of explaining rather than merely naming, as it's often the case that a name has many variants. I think "fragment" means "less than biddable and more than shortness". Thus 2 or 3 cards, and I'd add that it's usually 3 cards. But ...
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