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John Cox
John Cox
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Nov. 4, 2016
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What should TD Rule? Misinformation or Misbid or Extremely Serious Error
It’s more than a little pathetic that we have all somehow created an environment where people don’t just say to ten-year-olds who forget transfers that they should take their bid back and bid 3S. What the hell is wrong with us?
What should TD Rule? Misinformation or Misbid or Extremely Serious Error
Really? I mean, surely the dogs in the street knew what South held before the opening lead. Sure he might have said something, but I can’t imagine it telling ES anything they didn’t already know. It strikes me as a simple case of rolling back to 4S and ...
Ethical Or Not?
Surely the solution is not to play with this partner again and to tell her why?
This Layout Never Happens In The Real World.
Surely the AC is lost if a finesse loses; the defence make a club, JD and two spades. Perhaps I’m not following you.
The notorious doctors
No. Requiring people to pay tax is not a stupid rule - that’s how we fund public health services, or, as the case may be, armies.
The notorious doctors
And were they?
The notorious doctors
Exactly; if all they're doing is playing Precision NV and standard vulnerable, I don't see the problem. Everyone can defend against both of those. I have sympathy with them on this occasion because falling foul of this sort of stupid rule is annoying for anyone. In general, obviously ...
The notorious doctors
My reaction is how pathetic it is for this to be banned in what I assume was a national event. I’m no fan of these gentlemen but on this occasion my sympathies are rather with them.
Atb on a missed slam
If E does somehow mis-sort his hand and pass over 4S, and partner then doubles it back in, I’d have thought the least he can do now is bid slam.
A Difficult Defence
Right you are, Bernard Y. I just assumed declarer had played the J from dummy as he should have done. In that case E was crazy; a diamond was a sure set.
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