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J. R. Rothschild
J. R. Rothschild
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Member Since
Jan. 1, 2016
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double dummy play problem
It's my guess that a spade was lead at those tables.
David Libchaber's bidding problem: AQ8642 KJT KQ5 7
I remember this hand from last night.
Is the Math Correct? Negative Adjustments in the Seeding Points for Vandy
From today's bulletin (page 17): Seeding in the Vanderbilt The 2017 seeding for the Vanderbilt Knockout Teams reflects changes made to the allocation of seeding points. The Seeding Committee was tasked with adjusting seeding for two completely unrelated issues. The first is “tainted” seeding points. All seeding points won ...
A surfeit of chances
1 fancy play is to ruff the spade, heart to the A, AK of spades throwing 2 clubs, and now take the ruffing finesse in clubs.
John McWhinnie's bidding problem: Q4 A863 AK7642 T
Are you playing support doubles?
Douglas Kuschner's bidding problem: Q82 --- AKQJ6432 A4
At our table, it went 3C-P-5C-?
Play from the correct side II
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AQ87643 A9865 --- J
How about transferring to spades and rebidding 6H? If pard has the right cover cards, he can bid 7 of a major.
Lynn Harris's bidding problem: A9764 KT AQJ5 A4
I happened to run into a light-hearted article in the January 2006 issue of The Bridge World called "A Record-Setting Jinx". It had the same auction in a world championship setting. The author meant 5C as a splinter in support of diamonds and his partner thought it showed a long ...
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: 97542 Q3 J7 KJ73
I remember this hand. I held those cards as well. :)

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