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Stan Christie
Stan Christie
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Member Since
June 25, 2011
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Emerald Life Master
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What bridge really needs to become relevant again.
Oh, to be alive 50 (or so) years from now when humanity rediscovers the game of bridge and launches into the "new renaissance" of the game, totally reincarnated with autonomous playing interfaces, full-disclosure aids, advanced bidding methods available to to new and intermediate players, and (add whatever improvement you like ...
Eric Sieg's bidding problem: AQ96 J92 JT52 K3
I agree that we don't "know" we have half the deck, but I do know that a) 10-13 NT openers happen at just a fraction of the tables and b) the situation you present (13 opp. 11) happens about as often as a blue moon - 11/12 opp. 8-9 ...
Eric Sieg's bidding problem: AQ96 J92 JT52 K3
I hate my heart holding, and it's speculative to take action, but I think it's even more dangerous to be timid. Whose hand is it? Your side holds at least half the deck, so let's hope we can find a fit. Even -100 may be a winning ...
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: A73 K964 T97 J42
2NT - it's matchpoints after all :)
Assign The Blame
Whether or not you believe one side is more to blame than the other, I contend that this auction shows a constructive hand by West with a heart stopper, and that it is beyond criminal for East to pass 3NT with a 23 count.
WBF Response on Fantoni Eligibility
Al Levy, thanks for sharing this with the BW community in such a timely fashion.
You be the Judge
I credited east with 100% of the blame: a) Unless west is a known psycher, East can see virtually all of the high cards between west, north, and east. Therefore, ducking the club risks blocking the suit. South can have at most a queen. b) It must be important to ...
Bridge vanity license plates
QBIDDER is my own personal plate. END PLAY was the plate of a long time friend, some time ago. I always longed for PLUS790 or some variation of that.
Ideas for Unit (or local org) Games?
Don, if that was the case it was before my time in Seattle. But I do remember calcutta events held in Vancouver BC that were not unit or district related.
Ideas for Unit (or local org) Games?
Jackpot games involve an extra contribution by each participant - say .50 or 1.00, to be pooled into the "jackpot." At the end of the game, a pre-determined number of highest scoring pairs split the jackpot. For example, in a 10 table game, if all pairs contributed 1.00, that ...

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