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Dan Wolkowitz
Dan Wolkowitz
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Aug. 9, 2010
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ACBL Bulletin Ruling the Game column - adjusted score or not?
I think in this case, the adjustment could only go one way. The 1 attempt has now forced the overcaller to include more of the weaker hands in their 3 range in order to not bar partner. But it hasn't broadened the upper range of the bid ...
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
What stops two players from being on the phone and sharing information about hands?
ACBL announces new director of field operations
What is "the current CEO's kind of guy" supposed to mean?
How to play trumps ?
...better than splintering with a doubleton honor!
USA1 Round of 8, Day 2
It was a tougher hand than it looks. Berkowitz presumably showed a monster club hand with 4. Maybe it promised solid clubs, maybe AKQxxxx or better, I'm not sure. If the alerts shown were right, Sontag asked for keycards and then the queen and Berkowitz showed three keycards ...
Le Manoeuvre de Guillemard au Bridge
PL: #3 is impure. If you were to win the spade on the board, take two top trumps in hand, play K, A, then lead a diamond toward hand, now if they ruff in front of you you're home by pitching a spade on your newly-minted 4th round diamond ...
The GNT's, a modest proposal
@Peg Kaplan: Ok, you stumped me on TGLO. I thought there was only one TGxx player.
Sportsmanlike dumping???
@Jeff: What if the unpleasant people are so much so that knowing that they are happy to still be in the event will negatively affect your play in subsequent rounds?
What would you do about illegal note taking?
How would people feel about a declarer on the second day of a national event writing down during the hand a card one of their opponents played?
Steve omitted the most significant part of the second hand, which was that in the two card ending, he ended up with a losing heart and a losing club in hand, with East holding a winner in each major and West having carefully preserved the 7 alone with a club ...

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