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Andreas Babsch
Andreas Babsch
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Aug. 26, 2015
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Ethics, gamesmanship and the law
Pretty stupid
Is this "Reverse" Forcing?
If 1 was not forcing then neither is 2.
YBTJ
For sure better than passing
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: QJ85 3 KJ65 AKQ4
On the contrary. Partner was dealt a shabby six count and 2 was the last going contract. In Austria's premier league no pair had a plus score holding these cards. So scoring +90 would have been good for at least 6 Imps.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: QJ85 3 KJ65 AKQ4
Passing 1NT with a sixteen count feels a little bit shy.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: QJ85 3 KJ65 AKQ4
That would have been a huge winner.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: K76 AKJ5 7 KQJ53
If you choose to double, it goes 4 by LHO and 5 by partner.
Quotes About Bridge (Or might have been)
Years ago the Bridge World brought some small poems to the attention of the reader (in a feature called "Bridge at the Classical Club"). One of them was by George Eliot: "I'm not denyin' the women are foolish. God Almighty made them to match the men". Translation: I hate ...
The more moral game
Morphy was a genius chess player from New Orleans during the fifties of the 19th century.
Failed attempt for a doubled overtrick
It was a 32-Board match in a 10 teams Round Robin. The two teams were about equal in playing strength. The loss on the Board was 17 Imps (13 away instead of 4 in) when the other table scored 620 in 4. The action cost 4 VP and nearly ...
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