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David Stevenson
David Stevenson
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Member Since
June 5, 2015
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Jan. 16
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United Kingdom

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Non Life Master
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David Stevenson's lead problem: KJ42 875 95432 4
I cannot remember the match result.
David Stevenson's lead problem: KJ42 875 95432 4
You should have asked me a month ago! I cannot remember. Being Swiss Pairs it was not critical unlike k/o teams. We did not win the event, however. I believe it was at the last ever Peebles.
David Stevenson's lead problem: KJ42 75 965432 5
Yes.
Joe Hertz's bidding problem: J8 J4 JT2 AKJ872
Very sensible. I bid 2 because that is our style and my partnership style. But it does not make it right. Too many people assume bridge bidding queries have a correct answer but often there is only a correct answer for a partnership.
Convention Cards in NABC+ events
I dislike your card and I dislike your fairly rude comment when I said so. I am not interested in your feeble attempts at retaliation.
Convention Cards in NABC+ events
I am not going to play your stupid game. Of course it is not missing: you are merely trying to get sympathy from the majority who very sensibly cannot be bothered to check. Whatever you think of my card does not alter the fact that your card is too large ...
Convention Cards in NABC+ events
What do you mean by missing?
Convention Cards in NABC+ events
You will find examples of my English, Scottish, Irish, WBF and ACBL cards here. Some of the cards are out of date, and I should add my French card. blakjak.org/private.htm
Convention Cards in NABC+ events
There are some advantages in putting names that are well known, though of course some people may not know them. For example Raptor is quite well known, especially outside the UK. Orange Club has some following. But Gazilli is getting more well known. But choosing names that are not known ...
David Stevenson's bidding problem: AQT42 3 75 K6532
Thanks for the replies. I can imagine partner with minimum hands where double by you gets a lovely choice between -790 and -800: while rare perhaps I can also imagine partner choosing wrong between passing and bidding. Nevertheless the majority would be successful here. Partner held xx xx AQJxx AQJx ...
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