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Shawn Young
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Sept. 15, 2015
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Avon Wilsmore and Eugenio Chiaradia
Even a blind squirrel finds the occasional nut.
Is this forcing?
N hopes S will bid 3N or 4, but can live with S passing 3. N did not reverse at his second call, nor bid 3 at his third, so the game force isn't on.
ATB - Hopeless grand
I think it's 4 and not 3 because he's showing first round control (and lack thereof)? I don't see how W has any other bods at any point.
WBF Press Conference - Statutes, I.O.C., Fair Play & Future Venues
"The dream of getting to the Olympics themselves received a boost when it was announced that the IOC had recognised e-sports, certainly even less of a physical activity than bridge..." That's funny.
What would make you miss a favourite bridge event?
So I found myself at the Partnership Desk and was paired with a nice lady in her 70s. Come the halftime break she apologised for some sloppy play and said that she ordinarily played the event with her husband, who had passed away. i don't know what came over ...
#saynotocheats
Mr. Guthrie: Slippery slope arguments can be made forever. Let's deal with those problems should they arise.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Oof. Eduard Velecky opens the very, very weak Godwin NT.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Pierluigi Sessolo: You forgot the most important element in your biographies: shoe sizes.
#saynotocheats
As outraged as we might be, Italian Bridge is small potatoes compared to Italian Soccer. I likely missed some, but from memory there's: 1980: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totonero_1980 1986: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totonero_1986 2006: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Italian_football_scandal 2011: https://en.wikipedia.org ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Yes but no. The terminology varies depending on the country in which it is used. In America, for instance, if the punter is giving up points in a football game, they say he is "laying points". And if he is putting on twice as much money as he can win ...
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