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Floyd McWilliams
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Member Since
Jan. 5, 2012
Last Seen
37 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Favorite Conventions
I named a cat after Namyats, but it's not actually my favorite convention.
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
Floyd and Adam
Strong Notrump 2/1
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Michael Seamon Junior USBC Begins Today
Thanks Debbie. There was a 14-imp gain on board 27, did Xiao's N/S go down in 6? (I watched Sarah and Cornelius defend the doomed 7N as E/W.) Also I fixed the typo.
Michael Seamon Junior USBC Begins Today
According to the daily bulletin ( and the score listing (, Xiao hung on to beat Stephani in the U21 semis by 5 imps, losing the final set 35-14. But according to both BBO and the USBF scorecard (, the final ...
The power of AQ542
It seems wrong for West to give up his only high card entry. On this hand it doesn't matter, but West can't be sure of the shapes so early in the play.
The power of AQ542
Yes, good point. I spent two hours writing this article but none of it on the bridge play, it was endless iterations of proofreading the result of "d=n&v=n&w=sq843hkjt983dk2cj&s=sj9652h76dt7654c5&a=1hxppp&p=cac5cjc2dqd4d2dAc6c7h6h8hkhac3h7d3d9dtdkhjhqc4d5c8cts2s8cqs5s4c9" :(
Partner passes out of turn
Is there a path to 6!C?
Also if the opps really did pass throughout holding 10 diamonds, hearts are probably more likely than 68% to break 3-2.
Is there a path to 6!C?
____P 1 - 1 2 - 4 4 - 4 Maybe west will take the plunge.
Is there a path to 6!C?
Who is the dealer? (I guess East since you mentioned Drury but it would have been helpful to say so explicitly.)
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: AQT2 KQ53 AQ63 J
I was willing to settle for five trumps, A, and a king, finessing the opening bidder for the other king. Maybe that's wrong.
ATB - Wrong Game
I wonder what partner would have said if you'd bid spades and South was 2-1 in the majors.

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