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Peter Jan Plooy
Peter Jan Plooy
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Member Since
Sept. 29, 2015
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about me

I am a civil engineer by profession, living in Breda (NL). Started playing bridge relatively late, about the age of 26. Been member of the same club in Delft since 26 years.

Middle level club player (Hoofdklasse, for you Dutchies).

Country
Netherlands

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
DBC, Delft, the Netherlands
BBO Username
Peterjan57
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Is the double a comparable call?
It seems that an insufficient law was replaced by a comparable law. But nobody understands that either.
Your opinion about a very weak preempt
less high = lower. Could be what Hamish meant.
Simultaneous play and claim
Invoke help of the VAR...
Muppet Stayman and Bidding Major 5-5s
We play the following sequences showing 5-5 in the majors: 2NT - 3 3NT* - 4** *denies a 4 or 5 card major ** 5-5 in the majors, no slam interest 2NT - 3 3NT* - 4m** *denies a 4 or 5 card major ** 5-5 in the majors, slam interest, short in ...
Results from Wuhan 44th World Championships
I would love to see a good analysis of how to make 6 on board 27.
Hasta la vista, visa?
Roelof Smilde was born in the same Dutch village as my mother. It's a small world after all.
It bothers me that I can't get this stuff straight--
Just agree not to do it again after every time you or she psyched ;) Like my mate, who decides to stop smoking every day.
NABC Appeal
The language in Esko's comment suggested a sequence to me ("procedure towards adjustment stops"). Anyway, if the number of actions to be compared is not limited by the condition "logical", you'll end up comparing a lot of them. It makes more sense to first select the logical ones ...
NABC Appeal
Esko, I think your sequence is not logical. Switching 2) and 3) makes much more sense. The "another" in step 2) refers to the alternatives in step 3).
Unethical Conduct Accusation
My former partner used to throw a card on the table if he did not expect to make the trick. He almost pushed it through the table if he wanted to 'claim' the trick.
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