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Oct. 19, 2014
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Movement Question
You can add a second extra pair using a party table. Say the rover is playing N/S. The second extra pair is a stationary E/W at the party table, each round (beginning with the second round) the pair that has been bumped comes to the party table to ...
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
I think arrow switches are unnecessary in two session events because the field is mixed for the second session, but arrow switches should be used in one session events if an overall winner is to be declared.
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
One can play a Clay movement with 6 tables. 12 rounds of 2 boards each. E/W pairs circle the room twice, N/S are stationary. There is a bystand between every pair of tables (call them half tables). E/W move up one table after every round, boards move ...
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
I agree, playing every pair is more important than playing every board. However, playing every pair may not be practical, while playing every board is easily accomplished by simply selecting an appropriate movement. With 9 1/2 tables, I can think of at least 5 movements that accomplish this, but ...
Is playing the same boards in a pairs event important?
I think it's very important that every pair play every board. It is also easy to accomplish for any table count. The movement was only unusual to those who have not seen it before. From what I have read on this site, it is becoming more common for clubs ...
ATB - Another Missed Game
I imagine it means "tongue in cheek".
1!D opener rebid after 2!C(GF) response
Kokish (G) handles 4441s, singleton club bids 2H, other singleton raises clubs via 2S (strong) or 3C (weak).
Question re bridge clubs and the ADA/ACBL regulations
You can always accommodate an extra stationary pair in a Howell game. Just sit them at an unused table, each round bring them the boards AND their opponents. Only when they play another stationary pair will one of the two pairs have to move.
Is this a psychic bid?
This may just be semantics, but I think the question of whether the bid is a psych depends on your intentions. If, as Rohit said, your intent is simply to play in partner's major, then it's not a psych. If, on the other hand, your intent is to ...
ATB: Overbid slam
No, it's not hopeless, and we've all been in worse. Even so, we'd rather have avoided this one. My point is that North's hand is not so great opposite the diamond splinter.

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