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Richard Whitehead
Richard Whitehead
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Member Since
Feb. 6, 2011
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Silver Life Master
2 over 1 GF
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Penny Mexican
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Team Whitehead
2 over 1
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Richard Granville's bidding problem: AQJ7 8 865 KQ974
The way I play, 1 didn't promise 5 on this sequence, although choosing to rebid 1 typically means somehow unbalanced. So 3 seems easy for me. YMMV
Polish Club: some doubts
Thank you. Very informative site.
Buck the Odds
I think Kit was talking about involuntary reactions, rather than deliberate attempts to deceive. Behaving completely the same way regardless of your holding is a very difficult skill to master.
Traveler View - negative good will for the club?
In the polling, there was a distinct divide. The top players all preferred not to see anything. The weaker players all wanted to see everything. And there was a contingent that just wanted to see the percentages (which completely baffles me, as they are pretty much worthless for at least ...
Sportsmanlike Dumping Arises Again
While the possibility of dumping was there, because of the pre-determined brackets, guessing which to do (win or lose) is fraught this time around. The competition this time has seen favorites stumble and "weaker" teams playing very well. On paper, losing seems like a good idea, but this year you ...
Who Will Direct the Directors?
Adjusting the score comes first, but then there needs to be a penalty on top of that.
Pass, Pass, Pass, ?
Forcing Pass in 3rd seat?
Ruling question regarding an unalerted jump cuebid
I don't think the 4 had to be alerted, but I think North needed to ask about it, certainly before doubling if not the round before. That's just common sense.
Support doubles after 1!d (1!h) 1!s
Are very light openings against the spirit of the game? Are they a form of Psych in 21st century clothing?
Used to drive the Americans (playing Goren) crazy.

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