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Jeff Halle
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Jan. 13, 2012
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ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
Jeff Halle - Witold Palosz
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Jeff Halle - Sorina Negulescu
2/1 GF
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Jeff Halle - Charlie Hage
2/1 GF
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Is this upgradeable?
I agree. North had everything. We chalked it up to bad luck. As little as hearts breaking 2-2 or 3-1 with a stiff honor would have allowed it to make.
Is this upgradeable?
Tomaytos, tomahtos.
Is this upgradeable?
The one drawback I see is that it’s an eight loser hand, whereas a typical one no opener is six or seven losers. Does texture override losers? That’s why the question.
Is this upgradeable?
That’s what happened at our table.
Migrating to 1NT semi forcing
That’s a GF hand. You bid 2. The fact that you’ll probably not make it is immaterial to this discussion. And if they don’t start with clubs you have a chance.
Do you play your 2!D opening as a weak 2?
I have had many excellent results with mini-Roman............when the opponents are playing (or forgetting) it.
Found out something this weekend that I did not know (and perhaps some of you may not either?)
I believe it was Jim who invented the transfers, not Ozzie.
Bad bidding practices that you nevertheless see many long-time players engage in
In ACBL land, the given sequence promises only 4. This treatment is well documented by many experts. In EBU land, this treatment might differ.
Slow play
In most tournaments and in some games, such as the one Hank is talking about, once or twice a session a few minutes, often five, are added to the clock. This allows players to catch up, and others to get refreshments or take a health break. Unfortunately, the slow players ...
Ok. A stupid question on a Wednesday evening.
Many years ago I managed to get to 6 on a 9 card fit off the A and K. I led a diamond from my hand. Wife on left plays the king, and husband on right plays the ace. And leads a diamond to cut down ruffs. Of course ...
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