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Jean-Pierre Rocafort
Jean-Pierre Rocafort
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Member Since
May 23, 2012
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20 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

French bridge player, coach and writer (newspapers, web-site, books); living in Toulouse, working in Meteo-France company, native from Catalonia, born in 1952.

Country
France
Website
http://roquibridge.wordpress.com/

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1996 French Teams 2nd; 2001 French Pairs Champion; 2014 French Senior Teams Champion; 2014 French Cup winner
Regular Bridge Partners
michel claret, jean-marie py, catherine barthe
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Montauban
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Transfer Trouble
East deserves mitigating circonstances for having ingenuously admitted his crime.
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
What did you learn when reading Eric's best-seller?
Patterns VI - Suit Combinations
I think it's less close than David computed as he underestimated by a factor 2 the probability of Hx (there are 4 occurences of Hx and only 2 of Hxx.
Patterns VI - Suit Combinations
I am no more sure to understand what was written. Ii think the idea what that the probalities about strategies for finesses or drop-ins are right but only globally right and can be refined in particular cases according to unrelated events, something like a negation of "independant events" the pillar ...
Best line of play?2
I don't understand what happened. Who played back a trump after south discarded a diamond on 1st trick?
FS sentencing from IBF
(7.) of the decision refers to Fisher's expression of his deep regret. Does this mean he admitted his guilt?
What do You play when you lead a king, which holds the trick as dummy hits with a singleton at a suit contract?
This affirmation looked strange to me, so i read WBF regulations (http://www.worldbridge.org/Data/Sites/1/media/documents/official-documents/Policies/WBFSystemsPolicy.pdf unless i am wrong?) and didn't find anything about this form of signals. Could you enlighten me?
What do You play when you lead a king, which holds the trick as dummy hits with a singleton at a suit contract?
This is your opinion. Maybe you never experimented? I may be wrong but i think SP with an intermediate card to invite suit led is undecipherable (the middle card to invite). 3579: when you want to invite it's the 3, otherwise you contribute 7 or preferably 9, everybody is ...
What do You play when you lead a king, which holds the trick as dummy hits with a singleton at a suit contract?
odd-even: lowest odd suggests continuation, even for SP
Sweden's system regulations
"another" before "specific suit" made me doubt
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