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Per-Ola Cullin
Per-Ola Cullin
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Dec. 23, 2010
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Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: KQT952 KT2 Q A53
Maybe a more honest description of the double would get a better referendum?
Find The Human
East is clearly a bot, since East was unable to understand the implcations of the spade duck. South’s 2NT looks to me like following protocol rather than looking at hand (3-, 1-,10-12). West lead his longest and strongest against NT. Must be a human then :-).
Zlatan tied to Sweden Open
Zlatan’s auctions are always uncontested. Noone is stupid enough to contest Zlatan.
Public statement from bridgegod.com and myself
”Their rights have not been infringed. If you go somewhere and you don't like it when you get there, you have a perfect right to go somewhere else (including back home).” Close to the most provocing thing I’ve read for a long while. You must be either rich ...
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
”I don’t really care”? Disgraceful. Truly disgraceful.
Active ethics: A Step too Far?
You have it backwards. If your behavioral standard in life is that you only do what is required by you by law, then you are indeed a sad figure. By your reasoning I shouldnt denigrate people who don’t give up their bus seat when Linda, 92, gets on.
Active ethics: A Step too Far?
Are you saying it’s not allowed under the laws of bridge to draw attention to your own revoke?
Active ethics: A Step too Far?
@Richard Fleet: Frankly, I find your position outright offensive.
ATB - Missed slam
South gets 65 %, he is worth a strong try when North shows a maximum. 4 + 5 over 4.
Assess the blame
Spot on. South has an absolute minimum - strength and distribution wise - as far as I understand the methods. Maybe, just maybe, he was worth a forcing pass due to his club shortage.
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