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Dave Waterman
Dave Waterman
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Member Since
Dec. 5, 2010
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Bridge Player
about me

Of course.  Isn't everything about me? 


United States of America

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Spouse (Terry)
Favorite Tournaments
Favorite Conventions
Those which plug a hole, rather than create holes
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Sapphire Life Master
Dave & Terry Waterman
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Balicki-Zmudzinski May Play Freely in EBL!
"The question isn't whrther an electronic playing environment is good for YOU, itwhether itsit's good for THE GAME." Huh? The GAME would be much better if it weren't for all the damn people who play it.
Cue bid after double - Game forcing or not
Not entirely, IMO. The cue bid after the 1nt advance is GF because of the 1nt advance and not necessarily a mountain (most likely checking for a real stopper), but if advancer had not shown any values at all -- then the cue bid would be a rock-crusher...still unknown if ...
Gutless, conservative, or reasonable?
FWIW, my reply to Monty's post (also removed) was purposely misinterpreting what I thought he really meant..for a little humor. I did not flag it.
Balicki-Zmudzinski May Play Freely in EBL!
I strongly agree with the final word in both of the above posts. But, I am not comfortably convinced in the truth of it.
Another question about alerting when there's no agreement
Placing one's trust in partner to know I have two jacks and a 12-card fit with her when she doubled is a bit much.
Another question about alerting when there's no agreement
Ed is correct as I read 92B. People might be confused by the part that says an AP cannot overrule the TD on a matter of law or regulation. It still may be appealed to AC, heard, and result in a recommendation to the TD that he/she change such ...
Another question about alerting when there's no agreement
Agree. They get their deposit back, but that 7-bagger in Spades made it very close; since we can't use the 20 Euros for a round of Jack, they might as well have it back.
Gutless, conservative, or reasonable?
disguising it in lower case might escape the eagle eye.
Another question about alerting when there's no agreement
Ben: You have actually helped me make my point. I indeed know so little about the method that I don't even know if 1 is considered natural or artificial -- thus would not know if our defenses against natural or against artificial apply. After the explanation by the opponents ...
Poor pair game movements
A web Mitchell is designed so that boards are played in common with all/almost all players in the field. I don't see how stationary tables are relevant. The NS players stay NS. It is simply a matter of accepting that the Boards will not be played in exactly ...
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