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Michael Wilkinson
Michael Wilkinson
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 30, 2010
Last Seen
Dec. 20, 2016
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Australian Open Team 2014, 2015
Member of Bridge Club(s)
NSWBA
Favorite Tournaments
Spring Foursomes in Stratford-on-Avon
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Frances Hinden's bidding problem: 974 --- AK8642 AK72
It's impossible to answer this question without more details of the pairs agreements.
Michael Wilkinson's bidding problem: K74 T93 K4 QJT76
The problem posed was actually for a director's ruling which I have now made - thanks for helping me weight the scores
Statement by WBF ( Oct 9, 2015)
In a similar vein - there were NZ youth players here in Chennai - but they didn't play in the Transnational because they couldn't afford to!
Bermuda Bowl Roundtable
Hmmm - I don't think you know me very well Nye ... Ish and I have enough history of frank views that we'll get over this. Reflecting on what he said he was definitely right - I do take sitting out as a personal insult - I'm going to try and ...
Who Will Win the Bermuda Bowl?
Hmmm - six players with no experience at this level - not a very generous price on Australia
A Six-Pack
In NSW, Australia the norm is; You must go positive on the deal Defensive = 2 beers Doubled = 2 beers (4 defensive) Redoubled = 4 beers (8 defensive)
Vanderbilt Vugraph Round of 16
I understand your desire not to switch matches between sets 1 & 2 - but is it not possible to show the closest matches in the second half?
European Format?
Henry - Although you might not be happy with using it as a method to select a winner I don't think its reasonable to say that the "noise" influenced the result prior to this year. The three previous times this format has been used the winning margin has been 14VPs ...
European Format?
Don't get me wrong Michael R - I enjoy knockout events - both on my trips to the US to get knocked out on day two of the Spingold or Vanderbilt and indeed my favourite event in the world is the Spring Fours which uses a double-elimination format. But when one ...
European Format?
On many occasions a single imp has determined the winner of a knockout match - you can't really say that is a clear margin of differentiation either. Round robin has the benefit that every board counts - which is not true in a knockout event.
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