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Nick Alic
Nick Alic
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 4, 2012
Last Seen
May 11, 2018
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Richard Stein, Bill Grant
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Soledad Club/La Jolla, Adventures in Bridge
Favorite Conventions
splinter, dont, drury
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
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Too controversial for the NABC Daily Bulletin
A great write-up, as usual, Matthew. No worries, about your efforts being wasted. You'll get an even bigger audience on BW! Enjoy Down-Down Under!
Feedback: ACBL Convention Charts
Correct me if I'm wrong, but 1 level transfer responses (after 1 opening) , i.e. 1 showing 4+ hearts, and 1 showing 4+ spades, still remain disallowed if the 1 opening can be of average strength ? ... in any of the charts / events
Is using the rules (even obscure) always ethical?
David, at least you get a good idea for another story for the Abbot et al.?
Prove partner wrong
How about attempting to combine chances with the diamonds to try to gather info on the distribution around the table? So, two rounds of trump, followed by 3 rounds of diamonds (can't afford to finesse, on the finite chance of diamonds being 3-3 (on the odd chance that the ...
6!H or 6!S and why?
I'm with Kit. Yes, a 4-4 fit has its well known advantages. But on this hand, it's asking for trouble to let the preemptor's partner be on lead when we have a very much possible 10-card fit, unless EW (or E only) never preempt with a ...
Can any pair stop in 3NT
I'd venture to guess F-S
Hello Bridge Winners!!
Nick, welcome to the community! I'll have an odd-one-out advice. Try to get/acquire books by Danny Roth - the 'Expert' Series (i.e. Expert Beginner, (followed by) Expert Improver, Expert Advancer and Expert Club Player). Those are currently out of print, but used copies are easy to find. The ...
Anant Rathi's lead problem: J6 65 9763 Q9754
Without the double, I would most likely lead a trump. With a double I'll go for the forcing game ... a low club.
Limit or forcing?
...and if even stronger, jump to 4?! :) Honestly, I really do not see any point of jumping to 3. Am I afraid partner miscounted the HCP, so I want to make sure (s)he does not pass now? But, I do agree with the majority - if I saw ...
Bridge at the top?
Barry, I'm afraid you got it wrong. This one is not 'at the Top'. Rather, it's straight from the Menagerie! With Karapet The Free Armenian sitting North ... at your table and with Rueful Rabbit bidding the slam at another (table). Thanks for sharing! Cheers!

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