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Peter Boyd
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2011
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Copy of Robinson-Boyd
Std, 2/1
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Information about Orlando World Bridge Series
Regarding drop-ins from Teams to Pairs, do you drop immediately (the next day) into the Pairs? or do you wait for the next stage of the Pairs to begin, which might mean sitting out for a day or two? For example, if you lose in the R32 of the Rosenblum ...
Open Atlanta Discussion Thread
I believe the reason there is one 2-way match, rather than all 4-ways, is to align the survivors into bracket slots such that potential re-matches between survivors are delayed as long as possible. See this link for gory details:
Barry Rigal's bidding problem: AQJ4 86 75 AK642
1 = 3-cards 2 = 4-cards, 11-14. 3 = 4-cards, stronger, not GF. 2 = GF.
San Diego NABC Appeals Casebook with commentary available online
A habit I recommend, is ALWAYS to ask about an alert of a jump bid. You are supposed to appear to be thinking. That's rendered more credible if you ask.
USBC Round of 16, Day 1
Online GCOC’s have revision date of 3/13/17. I think there is a later version somewhere with New tiebreak rules.
Peter Boyd's bidding problem: 4 T93 75 T976542
Start at the bottom, and work up?
In The Well: Chip Martel
Thanks, Chip. Yes, a long time ago indeed. I think both of your guesses are correct. The winning team was: Waldemar von Zedtwitz, Barbara Brier, Tobias Stone, Phil Feldesman, Ira Rubin, and Kyle Larsen. My guess to our roster (perhaps not all played) was: Chip Martel, Peter Boyd, Les Bart ...
In The Well: Chip Martel
Hi Chip, Congrats on all recent success, and thanks for jumping into The Well. Here's a trivia question to test your memory: You and I were on a Eastern States Regional Reisinger KO team in New York in 1974. In a late-round match (Semi's, I think) we lost ...
David Burn: It's easy to slip up here. I wonder if you have overestimated the number of 13-card hands that include a straight-flush (and so underestimated the number of hands without one.) This would be because it is possible for one 13-card hand to have more than one SF ...
Open+ Convention Chart for USBC
As I read the new written-defense rules, written defenses will no longer be required for "transfer pre-empts", in other words artificial pre-empts which show one known suit. I think that's OK, but it is a change from the previous rules.

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