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Norman Selway
Norman Selway
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Sept. 26, 2016
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2019 USBC Semifinals Set
Thank you Zia!
I used to play bridge at Stefans Bridge Circle, 45 years ago. He was the same then. You are what you are and he is pretty good! Oh, and can I have my money back?
Card dropped on the floor
At least the director was not asked to adjudicate like one many years ago who was called to the table of one JDR Collings, an old time giant of the English game. He arrived to find John's cards, which had been torn to shreds, all over the floor. His ...
Confusion over "Good/Bad 2NT" and competitive double
I have not read the full thread so if I am stating something that has already been discussed, I apologise. I remember, several years ago reading a superb set of articles by Marty Bergen on the Good/Bad 2NT. They were great and really helped me to understand the principle ...
Terrible Tempo
like I cared? I thought it was funny at the time, I think that it is funny now. You should try it some time.
Terrible Tempo
I remember when stop cards first came out over here. I opened 3H and LHO passed like a flash. When I asked him why he had not paused, he said, "Why? I had nothing to think about".
The Club's Coffee-Housing
I seem to remember a hand from the British Gold Cup some years ago (DB will correct me if I am wrong), where in a top class match an end position, not unlike the above, was reached. Everybody at the table knew what the problem was so when declarer advanced ...
The Club's Coffee-Housing
No, I am saying that if you do, don't then bleat if you get it wrong.
The Club's Coffee-Housing
If you don't want this problem then start with the 10. You wanted a reaction, you got one, just not the one you wanted. Perhaps you should look at your own ethics before impugning somebody elses?
TD please
To Richard, I think that yours is a sensible approach, if perhaps a little over precise - after all given the range between 2S and 4S you don't have an awful lot of hands (yes there must be some) that one bids 3S on and makes exactly three opposite a ...

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