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Meyer Kotkin
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March 11, 2011
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Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
Well, I couldn't think of a perfect solution. Even rescheduling for another weekend had lots of major flaws.
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: AQT642 J98 A5 A3
I totally agree with Mike and Mike knows how hard it is for me to agree with anyone. Not looking for a slam with a minor cue bid or 3S, (if that were forcing which I think it should be especially at IMPs) seems timid at best. If pard has ...
Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
What I would have liked to do is give some award for the afternoon session as an IMP Pairs. Then restart the Flight B GNT event and instead of playing the planned 28 boards at night, play 35. Then add an extra session the next morning of 14 boards to ...
Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
The original impetus behind the Experimental KO was to provide what some people would describe as "more equitable" smaller brackets that would make people feel more comfortable playing KOs (which, ACBL wide except for Gatlinburg, seem to be getting smaller). However, while talking to players who had given up the ...
Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
@ My Fellow Wolverines (Gary and Barry) The purpose of this article was to get idea of what are candidates for a "good solution". This is a somewhat unique mess and if there is an ideal or a couple of "good" solution, no matter how hard to implement, I was interested ...
Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
Good question and I really don't know what happened, yet. I am looking in to it. The purpose is not UBTJ or to blame anyone but to see if anyone had a clever way to try to salvage something. This was quite a mess.
Advise the Tournament Chair: When a BAM movement gets whammed ...
Everyone played the same boards just not against the right opponents. So you can cross IMP and get score for the NS and EW pairs on a team and probably add them but it seems like this is no longer the team event you planned on.
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Unclear to me. My agreements are that with 3 I have to bid on and now what I haven't really discussed is what the difference is between 5S and 5N when I "know" pard has 3. It seems like if 5N is specific kings than maybe over 5S I ...
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: T95 K75 8542 K73
To me, this is the crux of the problem. Follow-ups are different if you agree that 4 can or cannot be passed. I think everything starts with that agreement.
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: T95 K75 8542 K73
I am not sure there is a problem - what you write is reasonable. What I thought, rightly or wrongly, might be the problem is how much extra 4N shows. Is it a stopper and one more trick precisely or can it be more? Is this a forcing Pass situation (see ...
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