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Rosalind Hengeveld
Rosalind Hengeveld
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June 20, 2014
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about me

Chair, Players Council, Netherlands Bridge League; Website Editor, Bridge Magazine IMP, Netherlands

Country
Netherlands
Website
http://www.imp-bridge.nl/

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RosalindH
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Asymmetry in Matchpoint Scoring
By the same token, someone – maybe not even a bad player – may revoke, pull the wrong card, misunderstand an explanation, or just suffer from a black-out. In the scoreboard you will see very few players going down (scoring, say, 5%) and a lot of players making (scoring, say, 55%).
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: Jx AQT97xx Kxx J
Yes; believe it or not: sometimes 3 already makes things difficult for opponents.
How old are you?
... but don't tell anybody!
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: K9 K643 AKQ65 A5
1NT as an artificial sign-off is because we play Raptor. However, even without Raptor (as I play with another partner), it makes sense to play two of the highest biddable suit as ‘something’, especially in hearts as partner is more likely to raise hearts than any other suit. With a ...
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: K9 K643 AKQ65 A5
It makes sense to play 2 as promising ‘something’, either a little honor strength or extra heart length. With a bust and four hearts, have some other bid (in my system: 1NT).
Sportsmanlike dumping???
If dumping can be ‘strategically correct’, there must be something wrong with how the event is set up.
An unofficial poll on the double-blitz rule
By what rule under which jurisdiction? This ‘double-blitz rule’ may be theoretically somewhat fair, but looks draconic to me, as both pairs on opposing teams in the same direction occurs somewhat regularly and usually without any malicious intent.
An unofficial poll on the double-blitz rule
‘Abstain’ does not make much sense if you think it is undecidable (which I think it may well be).
Capitalize Convention and Treatment Names?
Thanks everybody for all your valuable contributions. I regret that this poll turned out more controversial than it was meant to be. Despite a clear majority of more than two thirds for one of the options, we obviously did not reach consensus. Therefore, conclusions I draw are strictly my own ...
According to Borel!
Only 4-0 is now excluded and the ratios of the other distributions remain the same original 41% and 50%, which now translates to 45% and 55%. However, when we lead for the second round of the suit and second hand follows suit, this changes to the familiar odds of just ...
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