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Ethan Macaulay
Ethan Macaulay
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 31, 2011
Last Seen
Jan. 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Canadian Ex-Junior, lives in Toronto


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Bidding and making 7NT off an ace in the suit the opponents bid and raised
Bridge Accomplishments
Member of various Canadian Junior delegations in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2014
Regular Bridge Partners
Aled, Jeff
Favorite Tournaments
WYTC 2014, New Orleans Spring NABC 2015
Favorite Conventions
Relay Precision, Good/bad 2NT, 10-12 NT
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Fantoni Nunes
Your Opening 1NT Range
8-10 1st 2nd white, 8-14 3rd white, 14-16 1st 2nd red, 15-17 red third and all 4th. Not ACBL friendly but very annoying to play against.
The Videos Shout: Balicki-Zmudzinski
Good stuff. I want to point out that one of the hand start times given was and no hand starts at this time. This would explain the two x's and a ? given by the group rating this bid (#6 in ...
Bridge on TV . . . or actually streaming
Last year I made a account where I streamed and commentated my BBO games a couple times. I'd do it more, but my hardware setup is bad and I wouldn't be able to guarantee one of my regular partners (with whom I play interesting bidding systems ...
Gender Standard for ACBL Events
I'm a bit disappointed that most of the discussion about whether to include trans women in women's events seems to have derailed into "gendered events are silly anyway, so let's include everyone by getting rid of them!" Whatever the merits of the existence of mixed and women ...
Game Theory in Bridge
You are of course correct. I hate being wrong on the Internet. F(p<1/3): 1/4 + p/2 F(p=1/3): 1/6 + 1/8 = 7/24 F(1/3
Game Theory in Bridge
Edit: This post has very wrong things in it but I'm leaving it up for honesty's sake. I'm working on this problem from the defender's perspective. Never playing the nine wins 1/4 of the time. Always playing the nine wins never. If you play the ...
Game Theory in Bridge
Examining the suit in isolation, there are seven relevant holdings: Kx three times, Kxx three times, and KT. If you never covered with Kx, only ever covering with KT, declarer can place the T in partner's hand, the K in yours, and can see two spot cards. It's ...
Gender Standard for ACBL Events
The ACBL should allow all women to compete in women's events, no matter if they're cis or trans. They shouldn't need a doctor's note or to have undergone hormone replacement therapy or surgery, but simply express their gender identity. Bridge is a mind sport, and it ...
The only chance ?
I held the West cards at the other table in this match: xx J10x x AKQJxxx. I opened precision 2C, parter bid 2N invitational, and I accepted with my solid 7-carder to 3N (not the best of auctions, to be clear). Down 4 for -200. I didn't see the ...

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