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Ed Judy
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Aug. 21, 2011
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Favorite Bridge Winners profile:

"Love wife, bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order."

(Paul Weinstock)

 

Favorite Bridge Winners article:

"Real Rewards" (Peg Kaplan)

 

Favorite self-quote: "My knowledge of the game exceeds my ability to perform at the table."

 

Favorite accomplishment: An open regional Win with a "B" partner

 

Goals:(1) A Mini-Spingold Final (2) A regional top-bracket KO Win

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Sapphire Life Master
Ed Judy and Gary Donner
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Copy of LC Standard
LC Standard
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[b]2/1 game forcing[/b]
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Ed Judy and Tom Schlossburg
2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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Stanley Hurwitz and Ed Judy
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Ed Judy and Basic New Partner Card
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2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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Ed Judy and ——-
"New Standard" with Walsh D, XYZ, 2/1
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"Unit 252 Standard" (Beaufort County SC)
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Adele and Ed
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Ed Judy and Paul Cuffe
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Ed and Randy
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Ed Judy and Jamie Traudt
2/1 w/Walsh Diamond & NMF
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Defense to Multi at the Orlando WBF Championships
And, in turn, may the multi partnership consult your written defense?
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Ian, don't know if all would do as you would.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Edgar Kaplan's name is mentioned only twice (I believe) in the Wikipedia discussion of "cheating" in bridge from 1933 to date. Here are the two: (1) Accusation by Tobias Stone, 1958 The 1958 Bermuda Bowl was held in Como, Italy. The Italian team was leading and, as was usual ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
I assume this book (article) is the one that Judy Kay-Wolff gave us a heads-up to in previous comments on BW. Please advise, Judy, if I'm mistaken.
Italian Bidding
Bill, yes -- but why does that totally negate any validity in the premise (Italian bidding style contribution).
Italian Bidding
I guess I'm part of the naive group. The OP seem to pose a reasonable observation. I'm a bit bewildered by all the cheating insinuations...
Ed Judy's bidding problem: AJ6 K 654 AKQJT5
Yes, diamonds were indeed the danger in the actual deal. (It was in a home game on Tuesday since our two local clubs had, by untimely governmental procedures, closed down due to hurricane Florence.) My hand as south was something like KQ9xx-AQx-xx-xx and the best possible result was 11 tricks ...
Atlanta BOD Minutes and Exhibits
Jeff, Thanks for the link. I like the "flavor." Sorry I don't have the air miles that the author does; getting to, let alone staying, to Hawaii is hardly cheap.
Ed Judy's bidding problem: AJ6 K 654 AKQJT5
It is interesting but the continuations are either beyond the interest or capabilities of most players. I do agree that 2D as a "punt" is probably the least undesirable bid for responder, with the hope that all might be sorted out. Failing that call, 3C does seem to be in ...
What is the bridge system that has most impressed you?
I like the Harris-Morgan card per the basic structure in the link below. I doubt that I can find a partner so inclined. http://usbf.org/apps/teamforms.php?task=display&fid=1813&pid=220
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