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Jyri Tamminen
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In Nordic countries it was popularized by swedish Carrot club in the 1970's
Double of Sandwich 1NT
One possibility is to use the lower of their suits as 3card support and double as penalty oriented
Three Player Bridge
Sacrifices at the level of 8 were also allowed.
Support double vs. suit raise after 1m-(1!h)-1!s-(2!h)
In weak NT context we play that X is either strong Nt or strong unbalanced hand with 3card support. 2M is either unbal 3card raise or bad 15-17 Nt with 4.
Support double vs. suit raise after 1m-(1!h)-1!s-(2!h)
Barry, there was an article about this in TBW. "Flexible support doubles" or something like that. Idea was that x shows low ODR, 2 high and not necessarily the excact number of trumps. A bit like LOTT with adjustments.
Christopher Donnelly's bidding problem: AQ9 9 T752 AKQ76
We adopted 1 rebid with methods to sort it out from Racecar's Nightmare system. We didnt know they probably had more efficient ways to distinguish 3 and 4 spades in this sequence.
What do you call an 8 card suit?
Maybe they play Namyats at 1 level
Mentality of Cheating
MR: in ultimate there are no referees, players make the rulings rhemselves
Episode 14: Meck
I guess it is also allowed here in Finnland in long matches. But there is not enough practice opportunities to make it worthwhile. Besides while playing it is extreme fun it generates too much bad blood for my taste. Bridgewise 8-12 openings are great, Carrotti's 12-16 medium pass not ...
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: KQ753 5 Q8763 A2
Or quoting SJ Simon: How to bid misfits? Don't.
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