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Eldad Ginossar
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March 27, 2012
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Dec. 12
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Part time Israeli Part time American... living now in Chicago

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(3m)-not pass-(5m) as a Forcing pass position -only when red on white- sounds to me like a reasonable agreement to have. even tough in the wrong hand opponents might take an advantage, The real question we need to ask is if having this agreement gain imps overtime? (assuming ...
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Ron, Obviously this post came from your heart. however...few questions: As the israeli captain, do you sit with the pairs in the table? If so, how many matches did you sit with fisher-scwartz? If none, Did you suggest sitting with them? If you did, What was their response? Thx
Pass/Double Inversion - A Practical Argument
I love Eddie Kantar - he is a great writer. however, this article has nothing to do with him.
Pass/Double Inversion - A Practical Argument
Hi Niso - as long as you have bridgewinners approval to publish, you have mine
Pass/Double Inversion - A Practical Argument
thx while writing this article I tried to see if there is a standard style for those high level doubles (polling experts players or looking through posts here in bridgewinners). And I mostly learned that there is no standard here, every partnership has its style. my one and only argument ...
Pass/Double Inversion - A Practical Argument
you are right as i mentioned in the article, if your style of double is penalty oriented you should stick to normal forcing pass method.
Pass/Double Inversion - A Practical Argument
thx. indeed. or 1d(1NT)x(2S) or 1s(x)xx(2h)
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