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David Grainger
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Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
I saw a team get downgraded without being consulted in a bracketed swiss (and that had no business being downgraded whatsoever) that made both them and the second bracket rather unhappy.
Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
Versace has been at quite a few regionals in the past month.
Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
There is a percentage multiplier that gets lower for each team below 16 in a bracket, so the average MP can go down, but said multiplier will still go up by adding a team. Which is a stronger factor would depend on the numbers, but it couldn’t go down ...
Amazing defenses by Buratti–Lanzarotti
It was a long time ago now, but one time I was kibitzing a national pair game, and they came to the table as E/W. One made a T/O double of a minor with a heart void and the other didn’t bid his six card heart suit ...
Expectations. (Club game.)
Don’t bid grand slams in club games without a 100% claim, but don’t pass 6D.
Of relevance to issue from Honolulu
I have seen the opponents have this misunderstanding off the SA in practice. It was on lead though. Along with the K and six more.
Greek Gift Part Two
Partner’s have a habit of bidding stayman then 2S often enough when you open 1N with a singleton spade. Dave, your choices about 1N seem a little biased. Even if I wouldn’t do it myself, playing standard I would if a little diamond was a little club or ...
Test your analysis, COMMON GAME 13 DEC BOARD 5
If you have no clues about the distribution, playing for singleton SK or either hand with Kx and two hearts would be vastly superior to the actual winning line.
Test your analysis, COMMON GAME 13 DEC BOARD 5
That’s cute. Seriously double dummy. Especially since if west sticks his neck out to help you with the distribution, you’ll do just fine by doubling
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
Even after all that, any and everyone willing to play with them (teammates or partners) should be subject to the same penalty should the cheater be caught again. There should be no ‘free-rolling’ with convicted collusive cheater(s) at the other table.
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