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Manoj Kumar Nair
Manoj Kumar Nair
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Member Since
July 15, 2012
Last Seen
Sept. 26
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
India

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Member of Bridge Club(s)
Karnataka State Bridge Association
BBO Username
joemanjo
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Draft ACBL Novice Chart - Request for Comments
The first part of your question has self evident answer so I do not see any merit in discussing that here. The "easier" part - what is working in favour of the beginner system outlined by Prakash - is that, its simplicity. It may well be a hit and run method, not ...
Draft ACBL Novice Chart - Request for Comments
I wonder how Bridge Merit" is defined under EBU. I suppose it is futile to argue that if it confuses the opponents, that can hardly be called "nugatory value". ...And the confusion made the brain go 'round...
Nominate a New Name for Fantunes
In the spirit of another post - "Pantstunes" Or NoFanstunes But seriously, whatever they did, they (or Carlo Mosca) deserve credit for their bidding system, one cant take that away - assuming it is not proven later that they cheated on bidding too.
Je suis Parisien
I suppose this comment also will be marked as insensitive and taken down. Before 2014 could end, last December, there was the horrific massacre of school children in Pakistan where more than 130 children were murdered in their own school, their only fault was they studied in an Army Public ...
Suspicion
I was working in North Andover, Mass many years back; before internet. Possibly was around the same age as Dan. I had no idea how to find a Bridge club around that area, asking around at work did not get any help even then. I finally hit upon the idea ...
Following Brian Platnick's post on claims
I'd probably be a little startled, but would follow suit, so must abstain as there is no suitable option.
Fantoni Nunes
Roberto's long write-up reminds me of people who say, "we have not read the book, but if the priest/pastor/mullah says it is so, then it is so; we will not believe what anyone else says".
Following Brian Platnick's post on claims
Were your opponents elderly and had forgotten their hearing aid?
Fisher comments...
I suppose they are taking the Terrence Reese route for defence. Get the whole thing into court, file a corpulent defence case, find post facto logic for the actions, bore the hell out of the court and at the end of it you stand a great chance to get away ...
Larry Cohen starts series of articles on bridge ethics
Take LC's first example as reference for this question. Question becomes relevant if one "always bids" 4H; say you are uniformly aggressive (say you expect right cards about 30% of the time) or if you play in a field that may always bid 4H; albeit inaccurately, and you expect ...
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