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Philip McPeek
Philip McPeek
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April 25, 2016
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Philip McPeek's bidding problem: AJT87 QJ43 A983 ---
I tried to vote for flannery but it wouldn't let me.
New Tricks is back!
probably want to remove "&t=1510s" from the end of the hyperlink so it plays from the beginning
Is this Forcing?
anybody got a link to that bridge memes texting lingo thing where "WTF?" translates to "Was That Forcing?"
Which ACBL regional Nov 4-10?
The unit was both unable to find a site for the (formerly Lake Geneva) fall regional and lost its site for their summer regional; the board voted to 'upgrade' the Schaumburg sectional into a regional (instead of having no regional for the year). Should be back to our regularly scheduled ...
Reviving old questions.
Where's "discussed it and still don't agree?"
An Unusual Big Club System
Miles' Unbalanced Diamond is worth a perusal; Pete Matthews has a summary (should be near the top if you google 'unbalanced diamond' -- site hosted by MIT).
Book advice sought
Frank Stewart has "Who has the Queen?" though I've not actually read it myself.
Lose the Trials Semifinal with Me
Lot of clubs on 8, but 11 puts 8 to shame.
Book advice sought
Countdown to Winning Bridge is Bourke/Smith's primer on counting (1999, MPP).
Tough bidding challenge for BOTH partners
It's not going to go 1D all pass. Someone at the table has spades. Two-suited hands are difficult to bid by opening 2C, so even very good hands should tend to open at the 1-level in a standard structure.

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