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Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AKQJT --- A9862 AQ7
Not only that I bid four clubs, if partner opposes my choice, I am finding a new partner. (I could open with two clubs only because I have spades and a nice planned auction.)
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
@Barry: Jeff Rubens is of course a supernatural editor. Yet crediting him primarily with that *in this thread* does injustice. His writing is superb, his bridge knowledge is perhaps more than any other person in the list. @Alan: Danny Kleinman should also be in the list. He is an exceptional ...
Bidding disaster
Four clubs = "I know what a control-bid is, I just do not know when to employ it."
You Know You Are A Bridge Player When....
You feel like an idiot even when you win.
HELP: Seeking hand generation software
New Bridge Magazine!
Now those are some buttons over there. Feels like a "Before & After" session.
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
The laws are outdated. Yet the problem is that us people are numbed—we do not react to anything. Thus we have what we deserve. Had the whole community had the courage to stand up and leave the playing room, we would get rid of the duo and make an ...
Interpretations wanted, please
If six clubs is the last making spot, the six-club bidder would not be impressed with this observation.
Transfers after Transfers or Transfer Extensions
Here is the relevant part from my methods. Principle: The meanings depend on the number of choices opener has. The more choice he has the more meaningful is the given bid. Thus, suppose 1N—2D—2H—2NT shows five-plus hearts and four-plus clubs and is game-forcing: 3D/3S: Denies primary ...
What makes something a bridge brilliancy?
The chess analogy does not apply to bridge in the sense that in bridge, brilliancy need not be successful. It is more along the lines of: "Talent hits a target no one else can hit; genius hits a target no one else can see." —Arthur Schopenhauer
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