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Giorgio Casinovi
Giorgio Casinovi
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Dec. 3, 2016
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GCTech
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Non Life Master
Open Atlanta Discussion Thread
I've just posted the team standings after the first Swiss session on the GT Bridge Club FB page.
Open Atlanta Discussion Thread
Twelve teams from ten colleges and universities will compete in the final, face-to-face round of the 2018 Collegiate Bridgebowl, which starts tomorrow, Aug. 2nd. This year's format consists of three qualifying Swiss sessions followed by a knockout stage. Some of the Bridgebowl matches will be broadcast live on Vugraph ...
Atlanta Thread: Not Results or Events, But Basic Info
Some additional information about transportation and parking is at http://www.dbaa.us/TinyFileManager/resources/files/124///duplicate%20bridge%20association%20of%20atlanta.pdf
After 1m-1H with a balanced minimum hand?
FWIW I posted a poll back in April about this very question: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/walsh-style-rebids-after-1cd-1h/
Lawrence's article on jump raises in competition
I'm curious: If one uses 2NT as a limit/GF raise, how does responder show a natural 2NT hand (invitational values, < 3 cards in opener's major, stopper in opponents' suit)?
Walsh-style rebids after 1!C/!D - 1!H
But it is possible to embed links in the text of an article: see https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/reasons-to-attend-the-eastern-states-regional-nyc/. Perhaps David can explain how he did it (maybe by using standard HTML syntax?).
Vanderbilt Unpopularity?
Out of curiosity, do NABC table counts such as those reported above include regional-rated and other games that run concurrently with the national events, or do they include only NABC/NABC+ events?
Do you pass
@John: I used this hand to illustrate the point that I made in my first comment, that is, in my opinion to overcall with a very weak hand is to take a wild gamble, especially against a strong NT. In this case it is clear that N should have passed ...
Do you pass
Mike, I agree that in principle one should do a probabilistic analysis and try to maximize the expected value of one's own score. In practice, such analysis is almost always impossible; however, I will point out that a small probability of a large loss can easily outweigh the larger ...
Do you pass
Randy, that's right, I did include the complete auction in the hand diagram I tried to post. For the record, the auction was (E deals): 1NT-(X)-2C-(X)-2S-(P)-4S-(5C)-X-AP.
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