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Tomas Brenning
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Oct. 20, 2014
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NABC+ Appeal Csae 2
On the other hand, XX+X normally sets up a forcing sequence, so Pass should be forcing and X for penalty, no matter the hand you have.
Systems with no forcing opening bid or with all 1-level openings forcing
Fellow Swede, and eternal junior, Hans Göthe once showed me the light playing matchpoints. Still my favourite system. No forcing opening bids. Preempt a lot. Lots of 3N rebids by opener. 1x = 4+ or whatever suits you best 1N = 15-17 2x = 5+, weak 2N = 21-23 3N = Really strong, to play ...
What conventions should ACBLers prepare for in Orlando?
What conventions should ACBLers prepare for in Orlando?
The Swedish pronunciation of "Morath" ignores the "h", thus pronounced "morat". The very similar Swedish word "morot" translates into English "carrot". So there are two reasons to the name "Carrot Club".
To Beer or Not to Beer?
The way I have always used the beer card is that I as a partner have to pay for the beer. This makes it obvious to try to stop partner from winning the beer. I may of course not throw away any tricks in the process.
EBU Selection Trials: a proposal
> Cross-imps are I know flawed, but they are what we have and so I have decided to work with them. One issue with cross-imps (and one that affects the Ranked Master's Pairs for example) is that a freak result on one board can have a major impact on the ...
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
There has to be a difference between British English and American English on this, or maybe something has changed lately. I'm Swedish, so there is no way for me to know for sure. Ten years ago I noticed a change in adding possessive s to words ending with s ...
How to defend?
There has to be a catch, because I don't see the problem. After all the diamonds, dummy has Qxx / 9 / - / K, and declarer has won 6 tricks. Why don't I just keep Ax / T / - / Qx and see what declarer does? Partner has encouraged in spades on the first ...
Interesting ruling at the Nationals
Chris: I merely referred to you saying the revoke happening during the run of the spades, which it didn't. As for down 1 or down 2, it boils down to a) equity being restored, or b) n tricks being transferred. I must confess I have no idea how the ...
Interesting ruling at the Nationals
The revoke happened the first time the clubs were played, not during the run of the spades, so the revoke did cause more damage as it established an extra trick for West. Down 1.
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