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Richard Pavlicek
Richard Pavlicek
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Member Since
Feb. 4, 2015
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1. Won a Women's Pairs; 2. Changed Jim Munday into a cat on BW; 3. Can't think of any more.
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ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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I've never seen this, just a curiosity
Deals that make seven of any suit but only 5NT are not difficult to construct (two can be found at The perplexing issue, confounding me ~50 years, is whether such a deal exists that cannot even make 5NT.
World Youth Team Championships August 8-18 2018
As I see it, major events have become a joke. Sixty-four boards used to be the daily norm; then it was cut to 60 for the mentally crippled tankers or the directors' longer happy hour [pick one]. Being young evidently means you can't even handle that, so it's ...
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: A97 AK7 3 KQ9874
Dominic, as you can tell, was cooked -- and he even admitted it.
Systemic lead from doubleton w/ two touching honors
Is this a joke? You say "standard" honor leads and ask what I lead from a doubleton? Only plausible poll would be from AK.
Triple Squeeze Played As A Double
Other: A poll I can understand.
Director, please!
You seem to overlook that 4S goes down.
Greed is good - or is it?
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: K9654 A74 JT6 KJ
Obvious transfer. On a good partner has the HQ.
Director, please!
Dang me; better take a rope and hang me. Oops, wrong namesake. Agree, the ruling is inane (N-S buying for 2H is inconceivable) but I'm no Law expert.
Best name for this squeeze
Technically there is no repeating element, as once East pitches an ace, you can just win that deuce and lead to the CK. But, swap E-W and you have what I call a "progressive vice strip squeeze." See:

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