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Jeroen Wieland
Jeroen Wieland
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Feb. 19, 2013
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Anyone who is found to have cheated in an ACBL sanctioned event, at any level, should be banned from the ACBL and ANY ACBL-sanctioned event, permanently.
I’m not a mathematician, but I share your “black & white” view of the world. Imho “- 2 + 2” equals zero.
Partner misdescribed my bid. Did I do the right thing?
Hand 1) I think you acted correctly. From the AI, it appears that partner does not have a diamond control. Hand 2) instead of telling the opps they could call the director, you should have called the director yourself and inform him about partner's wrong explanation. The director will ...
Software for tournament organizer to prove honesty
HandShake
Jeroen Wieland's lead problem: Q K964 76 KJT876
my 4 lead was into declarer's AQ. leading any other suit would have defeated 6
The Best Bridge Writer
Victor Mollo
What is the correct ruling?
“Please note that the current (and past) laws do not recognize this term...” Let us hope that future versions of the laws will continue to not recognise this term
Too much information?
As a player, it is not my job to judge whether some piece of information should or should not have an impact on the action of an opponent. It IS my job to alert if the regulations in force require me to do so.
forcing?
3 is preemptive in
Showing the Joker
“Michael, I wonder if the 4 'likes' you have thus far are for the content of your post or for your statement that you have decided for now to stop (or perhaps for both)? :)“ I can’t speak for the other three, but I can assure that I liked his ...
Showing the Ace of Spades
"Or alternatively, you could go through all the hands and see how many anti-percentage actions fit neatly with partner. " That is only statistically valid if your hypothesis was not derived from "all the hands", but from some another source. That source should also not depend on "all the hands". How ...
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