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Will Engel
Will Engel
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 9, 2012
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1st in Mini-Spingold 2006 with Jim Melville, Jacob Morgan and Marty Harris; 5/8 in 2013 GNTs in Atlanta; 10th in 2012 LM Pairs in SanFran
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Bridge Center of Rockford, IL
Favorite Tournaments
Council Bluffs, St. Louis, Harris MI
BBO Username
woengel
ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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Board 4 from the 11/20/2017 Common Game
And what is a recommended auction after North overcalls 1H instead?
What Am I Missing?
The top bracket of the K/O only had 6 teams, so they played a morning final to be eligible for the Barometer Pairs. Yes, a Monday Swiss :)
Ruling, please!
If the bidder's hand matched his convention card but not partner's, I'd say the evidence points to misinformation, and rule in the defenders' favor.
Ruling, please!
Law 75 Mistaken Explanation or Mistaken Call C. Mistaken Call The partnership agreement is as explained — 2D is strong and artificial; the mistake was in South’s call. Here there is no infraction of law, since East–West did receive an accurate description of the North– South agreement; they have ...
Recent Disciplinary Actions
IIRC, it's described in the Encyclopedia of bridge, but it's something like multiply the {1st,2nd,3rd,4th,5th,6th} digit by {3,4,5,6,7,8} divide by 9, and subtract remainder from 11.
Worst Hand Ever
Was that by chance at a national, and clubs?
Worst Hand Ever
The most I remember having is 26 Low Card Points (2=4, 3=3, 4=2, 5=1)
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Axxx KQT9xxx Q x
Presumably not playing Flannery?
Pre-1996
Many of these are on wikipedia as links from the page Dale posted above.
Open DC Discussion Thread
The percentages were discussed upthread--some sections had a top of 51, some a top of 64, but every section refers to a top of 51. For the current standings, I'm guessing 1st-3rd were 1st-3rd N/S, and 4th-6th were 1st-3rd E/W, getting a section 1st-3rd award, exactly the ...
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