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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Jan. 19, 2011
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Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KQ54 5 QJ943 A72
What would partner's double be over 2?
Why masterpoints are clueless
Masterpoints cannot be themselves clueless, they are not just a good indicator about how good is someone at bridge
Director Please! Oops there aren't any.
I understand that currently this is the typical way to arrange it. However if there is a shortage of directors, a simple solution would be to let the new players take part in the open game: in this way they can practice playing against a better competition and improve more ...
Director Please! Oops there aren't any.
I am not sure I understand the issue. Adding newer players to the field, means that you just have more participating pairs and a larger field. Surely one director would be enough to run a club game?
I'm baffled
Discussing defense when a bid came up obviously cant be right as you might choose a defense that suits the hand that you are dealt in particularly well.
Richard Lawson's bidding problem: AQ J863 KJ72 987
Pass but double is not terrible.
Leveling the playing field for newer players?
Playing X as majors and 1nt as minors is a simple and effective defense. Having a booklet with a complicated defense can be disastrous if one of the partners interprets a bid differently. And reading everything carefully costs a lot of energy
Leveling the playing field for newer players?
I don't see why you would want to segregate the field. At the club where I play you can play round 1. against European champions and round 2 against players who just learned the rules a couple of weeks ago. Yes the end result is not always meaningful as ...
Value of Support Doubles?
If you don't play support doubles double should just be a strong hand and not penalty. 1 p 1 (1) X as penalty would not be very common
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: AKJ63 87 K6 AQJ5
I certainly don't have a takeout double of clubs
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