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“The panel was also wrong, in my opinion, to rule that this not an Appeal without Merit.” (M.R.)

What is the threshold to determine is an appeal is frivolous or “without merit”?

Certainly everyone filing an appeal feels justified in asking for a review. How do we separate the wheat from the chafe?

Plenty of discussion here, hardly unanimous.

C
Dec. 5
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Always amenable to a refreshing beverage.

Merci.

C
Nov. 30
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That Canadian beer is so tempting, can't see the froth for the foam.

C
Nov. 30
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“Not a very impressive feat.”

Perhaps that says it all.

Indifference. Denial. Obfuscate.

Hoping Boye et. al. will fade away.

Not this time.


C
Nov. 29
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It's refreshing to read a positive story where we can all celebrate the efforts of a few.

TY for sharing the stories of the unsung.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXgkuM2NhYI

C
Nov. 28
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Loved your play by play, especially the justification (er, explanation) for off-beat, successful actions.

WD.


C
Nov. 27
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Growing as we speak….

C
Nov. 26
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Apparently it is felt by management that the gain from legal insularity is greater than the benefit of better integration.
(DM/above)

I would rephrase. Apparently it is felt by management that the gain from legal abdication is greater than the fiduciary duty we owe to our members.

C
Nov. 22
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No ace, no king, partner knows I am short in spades.
Just don't think it is enough.
Don't feel as strongly as JD, conservative in bidding, liberal in life.

I feel a raise here shows more than this paltry collection.

C
Nov. 21
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I know what EOK would do……

C
Nov. 20
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Must be partner has barred me somehow (per KR above) or the I suffered the mother of all brain cramps. I vote former.

Low (stiff) spade.
Nov. 20
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James Tiberius Kirk…..

C
Nov. 17
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You had me until…“in Ferris Bueller”.

C
Nov. 14
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A bid, after a takeout double, shows extras. After partner's free bid, which might show more than Kxxxx, it is certainly forward going. Preferably but not definitively forcing, especially if advancer has the above meagre {sic} values.

C
Nov. 13
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The mousetrap coup? Catnip gambit? Say it ain't so…

I hope my opponents are tigers not kittens….

C
Nov. 12
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See no reason to blueprint the play for the declarer when we are unlikely to buy the hand. And how many? Suit poor. We don't want a possible terrible spade lead, poor upside. Sometimes, silence is golden.

C
Nov. 4
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Mississippi heart hand?

aka Duke of Cumberland?

Gl.

C
Nov. 2
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If no opposition bidding and partner simply raised (constructively with 3 card support) would you take another call?

You have nothing extra and the opponents are now going to let you have it for 2♠ or bid to the three level.

Jyri is right, 2♠ generally advertises weakness. You have nothing to say, lie low. See what follows.

GL.

C
Nov. 1
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South might have started (a standard, intermediate) 2♠. Making life easier for partner. Rarely a bad idea.

C
Oct. 30
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Funny & spectacular.
Highly recommended.

C
Oct. 10
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