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David Watson
David Watson
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 25, 2010
Last Seen
Nov. 20
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning first gold at Nationals
Bridge Accomplishments
Nothing special.
Regular Bridge Partners
Several
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Dick Bowers Duplicate Bridge Club, Jacksonville School of Bridge
Favorite Tournaments
Lancaster PA Regional
Favorite Conventions
Walsh
BBO Username
lilboyman
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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ATB missed slam
This would be difficult slam to bid for many without the interference.
Lecture--"Balancing"--Tips Requested
Read Kit's book on Matchpoints
Which last train
J. Donn has a nice article here: http://webutil.bridgebase.com/v2/news_fetch.php?id=2886
Two Over One - three bids that rarely occur. Is this a better use?
This may interest you: http://www.firesides.ca/golady.htm
Consequences of Forgetting an Agreement
If you can't remember your agreement, is it not possible for the opps to look at your convention card? Assuming there was a convention card available, I see no reason to adjust the score.
Modern Jacoby 2NT: What is your preferred use of a break-the-relay bid?
Thank you, Bruce.
Modern Jacoby 2NT: What is your preferred use of a break-the-relay bid?
What is the structure responder uses to show or ask for shortness?
Improvement in bridge- a funny story
Three against one in rubber bridge always makes it difficult for the one.
advancing pass-or-correct auctions
I would expect partner to have less than 3 cards in both minors, longer Hearts than Spades for 2 Heart call with at least 4 Spades and for the 2 Spade call to have longer Spades than Hearts with at least 4 Hearts. Otherwise, a support of Clubs or a ...
Bridge Still is Not a Sport
The connotation that sport must include physical activity is fairly recent. Any pastime, amusement, etc. was considered sport in a more distant past.
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