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The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
I think the length of the KO matches is what insures getting the best representative and, in fact, a longer swiss (longer matches) would also facilitate selecting the best representative but I simply don't think we can significantly increase the attractiveness of the USBCs. They are, as Geoff says ...
The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
David- I used to think that way but now I think that attracting more people is hopeless. Lance and I have played with a pair in half a dozen regional IMP events in the last year winning 5 and losing (finishing 2nd) in 1. Will they play in the trials ...
The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
I am OK with that and would change my vote if necessary to achieve an answer to Jan's question
The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
Kinda like if it is good enough for a WC then it is good enough for us.
The time has come: Senior USBC Seeding
Any of these approaches is OK by me but using the RR exclusively is simplest.
A multiple choice imp question
I agree with you but actually wouldn't do it at the table.
A multiple choice imp question
Basically to chicken to bid other than 4H after 4C-p-p-x.
Which is more likely for them to balance?
Playing Precision I pass when I have NT shape and bid my long suit when I don't. Therefore 1D-1N-2C/2D does not show 9 cards in the minors. I could be 3=4=1=5. With 2-2-5-4 I pass. 1D-P-1N-p-p-x is penalty according to Mike Lawrence with 2C the ...
System design advice, please
I am experimenting with a structure where responder can both show and ask shape. When an opening 1NT can have ANY 5-4-2-2 except one that contains a 5 card major (no 6 card suit) it appears that responder asking about shape is superior more often than one might expect. In ...
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