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Sorina Negulescu
Sorina Negulescu
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Member Since
Nov. 24, 2010
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negso01
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Gold Life Master
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Who Will Direct the Directors?
I totally agree with this part of Geoff's post: I think the question "did 1♠ promise 5?" need only be answered with "yes" or "no". That is a bad way to ask a question. "Explain the bidding" or simply "how many ♠ are promised with a 1♠ bid?" would be ...
Finesse or drop
The defender with AJx would like to convince the declarer to play for the drop.
Bridge online tutorials for beginners?
My son (25) enjoyed this. He read all the whale sections and took notes. https://www.amazon.com/Cardturner-Louis-Sachar/dp/0385736630 He was a big fan of the other books of this author when he was little.
Assess This Bid
You had: 3 is good, I might have considered bidding 4. That's not the same thing. IMO, 3 is bad, I might have considered bidding 4.
Assess This Bid
Right. You need to modify first choice and add 4 diam as an option. FWIW, I would pass with that hand. I would choose 4 diam if I was forced to bid something.
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Fielding Partner's Forgetfulness
Why would somebody who already delimited his hand in a narrow range make a reopening double? Also, even beating 2 a lot (undoubled) is a losing option versus us making game. I think 2 showing makes sense: If I have and RHO has , opener probably ...
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
I am for obeying the law of the land, which in the case of a bridge tournament is the Conditions of Contest. If a player was accepted in a tournament, (s)he meets the requirements. I would probably refrain from signing up for a tournament if I disagree with the ...
TD corner
It's irrelevant whether W can remember any of the cards. Maybe his eyesight is not good, so all he could see is faced-up-cards. Maybe his memory is not that good. If the only people who could have seen the cards are S and W, the director can allow the ...
TD corner
In addition to adjusting the board, the TD should have applied a procedural penalty to NS - for postmortem at the table and handling another player's cards. To deem the board unplayable, I don't think it matters if S or W actually saw any card. It only matters if ...
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