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Norman Selway
Norman Selway
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Sept. 26, 2016
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Tanking to get a read
Some players would think with the Queen, or at least they used to in the old days.
Tanking to get a read
I cannot remember it clearly, (RF, help please), but in a controversial hand in an important match, declarer needed to know which opponent he had squeezed. On the run of something, LHO became more and more agonised so declarer played him to have been squeezed. LHO had XXXx, XXX, XXX ...
Tanking to get a read
Hmm, I really do not like the poster's implications here. He assumes that the pause, in a very important situation was entirely to mislead the opposition. Is that what he would do himself in this situation or is he just impugning the player at the table? Is it totally ...
I DO NOT Know What To Say.
Well, arn't you just the nicest person!
KQT9 opposite xxxx
It's OK for you mathmeticians, in my day you would lead up to the KQ10X and LHO would pause and play low, right hand oppo would play low quickly. Come to hand and do it all again and try to guess now! This is also a position that, "Experienced ...
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I understand what you are saying, but, coming from the land that invented tips, I respectfullly cannot agree with you. Why should it fall on the customer? Put the prices up, pay a living wage and do not beg off hte customers - for that, in your discourse, is what is ...
I DO NOT Know What To Say.
If a tip is a tax, then state it on the menu at the start of the meal. If it is a reward for adequate service then it is up to the customer. If you receive poor service, then do not leave a tip - simples! If the poor, underpaid waif ...
What do you open w/ a 5-5 !C-!S hand?
I learnt, albeit playing Acol and 4 card majors in the late 60's that with a good hand we opened 1C so we had time and space to develop it, and with a poorer hand we would open 1S as an obstructive measure, and if partner had a good ...
Goulash at MPs
Goulash and matchpoints! Whatever will they think of next? I used to play Goulash for stakes at the Friedland Club in Paris, so many years ago.... There was a prescribed system of opening bids - 1NT denied a six card suit, opening twos were virtually slams in your own hand. We ...
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I believe that in ancient Roman times, if a corps or a leigon had done something very wrong, then one in exery ten was executed, hence, decimated.
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