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Ed Reppert
Ed Reppert
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Member Since
July 17, 2011
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Director
about me

Retired US Navy Officer. Know a little something about computers (was my secondary job in the Navy). ACBL Club director. Player. Systems: Mostly I play 2/1 these days, but I like Romex and Precision as well. Play mostly in clubs and local tournaments.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Conventions
Boston Jacoby.
BBO Username
Blackshoe
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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Honolulu BOD Minutes and Exhibits
So let me see if I have this straight. The BoD would be happy to ban for life two or more people who conspire together to cheat, but if one person cheats, he should only be banned for a couple of years?
Who should handle this psyche better?
If you don't know what system they're playing it's rather difficult to call any bid a psych. If they don't know what system they're playing, how can [I]anything[/I] be a psych?
Director call vs. fun
Me? No, I'd read Law 46B from the book.
Which, if any, is the agreed trump suit?
I have seen "suit+1" called "K" (for "keycard ask denomination"). I have also seen the suggestion to use 4NT as a substitute bid for whatever "K" would have meant if it wasn't a keycard ask. So, for example 1-1 2-? ........4. Keycard ask .........4NT ...
Director call vs. fun
Is that instruction covered by Law 46B?
Which, if any, is the agreed trump suit?
There should not [I]be[/I] "lack of clear agreement".
Director call vs. fun
I tend to use them interchangeably..
Honolulu BOD Minutes and Exhibits
When are they going to start charging kibitzers?
Which, if any, is the agreed trump suit?
Partner made a quantitative invite. I told him how many keycards I have. He signed off in 5NT. If he forgets our agreement and intends 5NT as a king ask, that’s on him.
Director call vs. fun
A card is played from dummy when declarer names that card or picks it up and puts it in a position that indicates that it has been played. If declarer violates correct procedure in naming the card, see Law 46B. A card is deemed to have been played from dummy ...
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