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Dan Parish
Dan Parish
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2010
Last Seen
March 24
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Tournaments
all NABC's; Nebraska Regional;
Favorite Conventions
Lebensohl; splinters; HELLO;
BBO Username
Dparish
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Logical Alternative
Assuming that E actually bid 4, a very foolish action, and it worked certainly there is no adjustment as he certainly had a bid and anything reasonable that he did, Double, 4 would lead to 4 anyway. Under no conditions is he barred when holding a hand ...
Donald Trump Sponsored Link
I'm sure BW doesn't know what's coming. My page at this very instance has an ad for a local tree service that I'm sure no one at BW has every heard of.
Gabay Wins Mixed BAM
Congrats to Paul and Linda, the sometime South Dakotans!
garbage stayman
I would never bid when we hold a majority of the points, but less than invitational values. Even with 4=4=4=1. There is no reason to run from 1NT.
Vandy
Sad ending for my fantasy bracket!
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: 9 K973 AQJ64 AQ5
I would reverse with this hand with a stiff club and 3. Not however with this hand.
Vanderbilt Vugraph
Any bets on what it will look like after three quarters?
Precision 1!D Opening Bid - How to show both minors
I play Precision with a weak NT in first & second seats. We treat all hands with 5C-3-3-2 as balanced hands and either open 1NT or rebid 1NT as appropriate. We also open 2Nt with 5/5+ in minors 10-13. So all 2C rebids show 5/4 in either direction, or ...
Open Denver Discussion Thread
They don't "cop out" They just go where the money is!
I should know this.
Those commenting here seem to be saying what they think the rules should be, not what they are. The rules clearly do not require an alert. Negative inferences are not alertable in ACBL land. I think in most cases they should be, but they are not. A failure to double ...
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