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Dominic Cooke
Dominic Cooke
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Member Since
March 24, 2018
Last Seen
9 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Often delusional about how good I am at this game, but I make enough wild errors to puncture my inflated ego on a regular basis.

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making 6HX-6 for -1400 at a Year End Congress. My partner was declaring, but it was very much me who got us there.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Reading Bridge Club
BBO Username
dozydom
ACBL Ranking
None
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Hesitation Blackwood
UI does not force you to take crazy actions, right? If your partner goes for blackwood and you have 4 KC, you should be in slam. Pass is just not a logical alternative, unless I'm going absolutely crazy. Are you going to be rolling back the sequence 1NT - (hesitation ...
Is this a good matchpoint slam?
Sounds like politics to me, Phil. Well, maybe not Williamson.
Is this a good matchpoint slam?
It looks like less than 50%, right? So... nope. I don't know what the best game is - if it's 4, then I'm not getting there.
One board that cost us the Tournament
Seems plausible if N opens something, at least.
Should this bid be alerted?
No agreement, but could be one or more artificial meanings? Isn't that alertable?
How do you rule on this sitiuation
Roger, I think it's pretty clear from the article that S was informed that the agreement might be that it shows s, or it might be that it shows s. Amnon, I don't really understand where you got the idea of a / multi from; there is ...
How do you rule on this sitiuation
My cards certainly don't give my agreements after a takeout-oriented double of my NT, at least.
Istanbul
At least he is clearly a Sound of Music fan.
YAC (Yet another claim)
Randy, no normal person would claim here - why bother thinking about how they would play it?
Bot Forum: Are Bots too Human?
Trained in unorthodox bidding? Well, I suppose everyone needs a learning curve - I hope you get better at it soon.
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