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Henk Uijterwaal
Henk Uijterwaal
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Member Since
Dec. 29, 2011
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Tournament player since 1980 or so. Tournament director with the NBB and WBF. Zillions of other activities in the bridge world.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Reisinger Semifinals in 1998
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Denktank, Interbridge, Dombo
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CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
Barcelona is a city with 1.7 million people, and the clerk is not it the discussion.
Identifying Bridge Proteges
I'd vote for all 6 but as that is impossible, I pick Mr. Darwin. He isn't necessarily better than any of the others, but at least he knows a bit about the bridge scene and can judge if he'd like to be part of that. For the ...
Best Movement for 6 pairs? (Party/non sanctioned)
3 table Howell, with X-cross imp scoring. (In other words, if you are sitting NS, you are comparing with the 2 EW pairs at the other table). In the last round, the 3 tables share the boards, but if you want to play 5 6-board rounds, that is not a ...
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
So, in the German and Turkish (and perhaps other) cases we see the following: 1. A pair is found guilty of cheating. 2. The pair is penalized. 3. However, the penalty imposed is not in the bylaws. 4. Appeal to a non-bridge body is possible. 5. The penalty is thrown ...
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
The problem is that both the DBV and the TBF did not have their processes ready to deal with a cheating case.
Showing the Jack of Spades
I just got home from a 22 hour flight and I'm too tired to walk over to my study to open the books and dig up the hands but... are these hands from the early 1970's when the Blue team was playing precision for a while? That would ...
Continuation of "First Official Collusive Cheating Case in Turkey"
At the event, I don't think that I have a choice but to play against them. They did something that wasn't allowed, paid the penalty and life goes on. And, there are a few players here who have been suspended because of their behavior, and I have played ...
Ruling on Misinformation
Looks trivial: 4 making 5. After the misexplanation, EW never got a chance to bid spades.
Well done, congratulations!
Are Rules Meant to be Broken?
Agree Donald, though the issues mentioned here (bad CC, slow play) have been around since the time that I still played nationals en haven't been addressed since then. I guess that it will take at least a decade to fix this.
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