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Hugh Kevill-Davies
Hugh Kevill-Davies
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 17, 2011
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'm a self employed motor mechanic with retirement looming up. Happy memories of time spent on football and cricket pitches. My dream is to play a tournament in New Orleans and fill every gap between sessions listening to hot jazz!

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
1st. tournament win
Regular Bridge Partners
peter mallett, joanne norman, jon holland, phil norman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
allendale b.c., christchurch b.c.
Favorite Tournaments
autumn congress, bournemouth, u.k.
BBO Username
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Excuses, Excuses
I just say I'm working late. If you don't like that excuse,I've got others, as Groucho Marx said about his principles.
How would you rule?
North an experienced player? He's an idiot for making a bid like that without a clear agreement. Just asking for trouble. Surely director should score it 4hx +1, with small percentages for = and +2
Proposed changes to laws 2017: some examples
Why are we tinkering with laws that are not really that much of a problem?Since the 2007 law reviews I've played and directed in 1200 odd club sessions and have seen all the situations mentioned above. Not once has any player hearing a ruling commented that the law ...
Bid meaning
No problem for majority of UK players. Open weak no trump!
Natural or Takeout
I always discuss this with an unfamiliar partner. If I have my way, it's penalty! No problem there. The problem with expecting opener to reopen is that partner has probably broken tempo after the overcall.
Can the Defenders Require Dummy To Stay At The Table?
As the laws specifically state (law 45b) that declarer can play dummy's cards, what's the problem? what bugs me is when a declarer, whose partner has gone off somewhere, expects the defenders to play the cards for him.

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