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Eduard Velecky
Eduard Velecky
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Member Since
March 19, 2012
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5 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Slovak national player (before czechslovak and czech national player), Slovak NPC.

Country
Slovakia

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BBO Username
edowell
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EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
I agree. I add that my question ("Someone may help me with finding a relevant reason etc..") was a rethorical question. I have been a programmer a lifetime. I am convinced that these shortcomings on EBL/WBF web sites are the result of a monopolistic approach typical for central institutions ...
EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
Human psychology is unchangeable. People want to know the value of their individual contribution. It motivates them to better individual performances. Yes, in some cases, this can be the opposite. However, it is not the task of the organizers to make such a situation completely suppressed. Leave it on the ...
EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
http://tinyurl.com/y7puh664 is results of the yesterday junior tournament: - all information in one web page - an overview of the position during the competition - GIB (with bbo handviewer help) - private score sheet, ranking for all rounds, etc Comment: this is not an ad, our product is not for sale.
EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
Tx for specification. I was only once there. That was when two printers worked. Next time I was only in the drinks/foods and toilets queues (bitter experience for full life), I skipped the results. I'm a player, right :)? PS. In our local tournaments, after the end of the ...
EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
Sorry, but I do not need a database. I call for complex results on the website.
EBL/WBF: hands diagrams and Butler ranking
Pdf diagrams here, the results there, the frequency of the other - is the goulash.
Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: QJ97 4 A943 AQ72
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Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: QJ97 4 A943 AQ72
Ultimate issue: must partner pass the double from S? With heart trick propably yes, but with xxxx too?
Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: QJ97 4 A943 AQ72
Your lead (if partner pass your double)?
How would you rule?
For Ed Reppert: of course, only unusual 3NT would require an alert. 3NT to play is not alertable. It is the same as in the US or in UK. We use standard alert policy.
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