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Soren Hein
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Jan. 17, 2011
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Rashomon Redux
Good story, but isn't it supposed to be the same table by all players for full Rashomonness?
Escape Route
Considering that opener never bids beyond 2, it seems you have approximately 15 ways to bid spades, namely (where "then" means "if doubled then"): 2 2, then 2 2, then 2, then 2 2, then 2 2, then 2 ...
Tales from Germany aka A Tale of Two Singletons
Glad to see your first-round finesse of the 9 preserved for posterity. That was a great play! Come back soon.
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
So as chance would have it, this week at the club the bidding against a good LHO went (1NT 15-17) - P - (2H for spades). I bid 3D, my LHO bid a pedestrian 6S, my RHO after some cogitation 7S. As chance would have it, I held the heart ace. Remembering ...
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
As I said, disclosure would only be required in case of a conviction.
Ban Collusive Cheaters For Life
Money is not an explicit part of the rules of bridge, and I think that’s as it should be. I have a lot of sympathy for the idea of disgorgement, but it belongs in the “meta-game” of sponsors and money that exists in alignment with bridge. The authorities could ...
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
When David Burn says something, that means it's not a mistake. [With apologies to Richard Nixon.]
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
@Jacob Duschek: Isn't East's comment arguably a separate infraction, 73(E)(2), see below? And so can't there be two separate decisions, resulting in the end in -2220 for NS and -200 for EW?
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
Who knows? Apparently it wasn't an issue for the Committee. Somebody might also have a BIT because they're wondering where they parked the car. It's still an infraction if it could have caused an issue, regardless of their (unknowable) state of mind.
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
If the BIT had occurred but Grue hadn't commented, the Committee ruling seems reasonable. Grue realized from the BIT what had happened, and also realized who had the diamond ace. He then decided to make his comment. Why? 1. He likes to comment during the bidding in general? 2 ...
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