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Thomas Peer
Thomas Peer
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July 3, 2014
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Aug. 16
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How was your first bridge clob experience?
Turned up by myself at the Young Chelsea club. The final board was against David Gold who called the director after my "partner" made a dodgy bid (taking advantage of my pause, I must confess). He then flew into a rage (my partner, not David Gold) and the board was ...
EBU Minimum openings
she opened 2nt and it wasn't a miscount. They weren't playing puppet either. I knew from the 3nt that something was up and hence managed to talk myself out of the lead. I guess I should have suspected a long minor and still lead my suit.
club night bad feeling
I explained why I bid it in the comment. When I bid it, it never occurred to me that everyone at the table didn't realise it was unusual. which it was. Of course. What else could it be.
club night bad feeling
at the point I bid 4 I assumed everybody knew 2nt was minors (which it was) and that W just hadn't bothered alerting it. If I x, and my p takes it out because 2nt wasn't alerted then what?
A Friday Hand -- Defend 4!s
You must have your partners better trained than I do...but you still found the winning line
A Friday Hand -- Defend 4!s
It doesn't help! Bonus point for working out why.
Play problem in 5!D
play on gives 84% in isolation...BUT assuming W would lead a single ...lowers this 6%(or 8 if you include single Q) assuming W would lead a single ...makes it roughly 85% again (no Qtxx possible) Using similar assumptions though makes the play on well ...
Play problem in 5!D
no one fancies the 85%* line for 3 tricks A and then run the 8? it loses only to tx and qtxx with W and with tx W's going to have to send back a . (with qtxx W should send back a declarer will correctly(?) go ...
Clean up the Graffiti
This was one of the first pro cheats I came across. Dummy hit the table and a card was called for while I was still counting the suits. After I had gone through my routine of rerunning the bidding and everything else I played my singleton. When the distribution became ...
Find the defence in 30 seconds
Yes absolutely. this forces declarer. Alvin I really recommend Bridgify -- it's a much easier to use version of Deep Finesse.
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