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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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LC Standard
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[b]2/1 game forcing[/b]
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Ed Judy and Tom Schlossburg
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Stanley Hurwitz and Ed Judy
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Ed Judy and Basic New Partner Card
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"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 Judy and Jamie Traudt
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Ed Judy's bidding problem: AT7 A53 J3 AKQ65
In practice, partner held J9654-QJ10764-AK-void. With HK offside, 5H was the limit. Is the 5C bid (as a first-round control after heart agreement) not reasonably clear (if not playing an advanced method such as Steve's)?
Age - JUST a Number!
I hope my last word is "pass."
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
In the actual deal, opener South held the hand below. Slam was easily avail in both diamonds and hearts. Only one pair was in slam (6H). Perhaps only one South bid 3S after partner's 3H. A4 K743 KQT985 K
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
Well, I see you did choose 4D (as a majority of us do) after partner's 3S bid, so why the discussion? Your comment below at the top of the thread followed my comment as to the appropriateness of 4D. To be clear, why this comment: "Seems like we forced ...
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
Tom, it seems that you (and your partner) are agreed that 3H is a GF; ergo, the 3S is superfluous. True?
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
Tom, I gather (in context)that you believe that 3S is not a game force. If opener simply rebid 4D over 3H, it would not be a game force. Perhaps I'm missing something in your comment.
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
Tom, why do you believe that 3H is a game force?
Ed Judy's bidding problem: Q7 AQT852 A74 T4
Isn't the hand too good to simply rebid 4H. South's 3S bid is surely a game force. Hearts have not been explicitly agreed (altho perhaps implicitly)and South may have strong/long diamonds and little heart support. Whatever, isn't 4D a very reasonable choice for North?
ACBL Chief Executive Dismissed
Not all may be aware of the dates from Baum to Hartman and beyond and I'm not going to post them. Don's post is enough. I think it's fair to say that we don't have to go beyond that in detail although I don't know ...
A list of "Just bridge" situations
Steve's last sentence in the 3rd paragraph is, imo, unrealistically idealistic. I'm with Ed R. above. Perhaps we all should avoid the term "it's just bridge" and come up with something that is less "antagonistic."
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