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Mats Nilsland
Mats Nilsland
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Aug. 12, 2013
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Thx Adam, I edited the hand to make 4H less good :) I think your ideas here are nice.
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Randy, I am not sure what you mean here. My idea was to avoid suspicions about cheating by having the top pairs speak to each other instead of speaking to other people. I don't understand what that has to do with them also doing mistakes.
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My idea is not so much about uniformity. I just think it can be better to speak than to be silent if you have something to say. However, there seems to be no uniformity at all with that view!
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Eric, I don't know everything. Some may be offended by the questions and others by the answers. When it comes to the top-level bridge I don't think there will be very much to question about, but as I see it, if there is, why not do it when ...
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Amy, thanks for your input. I know my idea is controversial and did not expect that it would be received with open arms. The reason is uncertainty; we don't always know if what we see is odd or only odd in our eyes, so we prefer to ask friends ...
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I think you are right - and also wrong. Of course, a pair that plays and bids with the odds will do well, but I still think even the best players should be allowed to follow their instincts, and I don't think that makes them less good. What I say ...
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Hi Eric Is making the correct play really as prevalent at the top as you make out? Not all of the play, but in many situations, most experts will think the same about the odds for different lines of play or defense
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Michal, I watch your match, and I was confused that you bid 3C a tempo but though about 15 seconds before raising spades, so your facts about that is correct. I think you have to keep alerting this 3C and explain, to avoid problems. I would be happy if you ...
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What really matters here is not if it is 'right' or 'wrong' to bid 3C. The question is: do you always bid 3C on these hands? Or was it just this time? As I said before - only a partner can tell.
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The actual hand was 9xx in D and AJ8x in C
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