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Ian Hodges
Ian Hodges
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Feb. 26, 2019
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Like unusual systems, Currently trying to see if Roman Club is playable in any way.  If anyone has a suggestion for what dbls shd be other than the penalties of the original let me know.

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ACBL and psyching 1N. Again?
It does seem odd that encrypted signals are not allowed anyway everywhere.
Bidding a perfect fit
Seems hard even tried planet Zog methods and still can't bid it.
Csaba Czimer's bidding problem: AT6 3 AJT984 T73
the last thing you want to do when pard is weak is pass it muddies the waters much more if you bid.
ACBL and psyching 1N. Again?
Just to be fair I did once find a system I didn't want to play against. The opponents wrote a big sheet out with numbers and bids on it. They then started a stopwatch which went to hundredths of a second and stopped it noting the number looking it ...
You be the Judge - missed game over weak 2
you seem to have 3 ways to raise to the 3 level. East could have bid 2NT which would have got to game but I think it is pretty close between that and 3. You just have to discuss it and decide where this hand is for next time ...
ACBL and psyching 1N. Again?
is there something wrong with just playing dbl is t/o of hearts here ?
ACBL and psyching 1N. Again?
They should put that David Burn guy in charge. He says "Tell them what you play" That seems to be a one line sensible rule just remove all the rest.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: K J643 642 KQJ64
dbl is takeout for example.
Implicit private understanding?
yes the best bid to show a fert is questionable. Should it be 1 1 or 1, the higher the more preemptive and more dangerous.
Interesting deal from Friday club pairs
I might want to know what the K lead requests partner to do or what the ace lead might show for example.
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