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Richard Ferrin
Richard Ferrin
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Feb. 22, 2012
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Your preferred defenses vs. 1NT
FYI Woolsey and multi-Landy are the same thing. In some parts (like the Washington DC area) it is called Robinson, presumably because it was devised by Robinson and Woolsey in the 70s when they were partners.
Wernher OP Final -- Royal Screw-Up
As another person who was in the infamous A/E section, I dubbed the event the "Groundhog Pairs" after playing 2 boards against the same pair three times to start the event.
Asking About Uncommon Defensive Agreements
It may be a clunky solution, but perhaps before the opening lead in a NT contract you could ask the question of the meaning of 3rd hand signal to trick 1 when 3rd hand can't beat the dummy. Can't be any coffeehousing inference if you ask before the ...
1M P 1N in a 2/1 structure
I pass with 5-3-3-2 distribution and 11-12 HCP, bid with anything else.
Level 2 bids - Preemptive Structure
2! = weak in a major, 2M = natural (6+) and intermediate (10-13)
In the Well: Eric Rodwell
Hi Eric, What do you think of the Fantunes system, compared to two over one or big club systems?
A poll regarding the Atlanta 10AM/3:30PM schedule
Add me to the list of people who strongly favor 1:00 and 7:00 (or 7:30). I go to most of the nationals, but I did not go to Atlanta because of the schedule. I have a day job and even though I am on vacation while at ...
Committee ruling - Incorrect explanation of written multi-defense
I was the North player (dummy). First, 3S is a fairly routine law-of-total-tricks bid in this situation with exactly 3 spades and 4 or more hearts. I would have bid 2 spades with fewer than 3 spades. Second, West is not some inexperienced player with 1,000 points. I know ...
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