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Andrew Spooner
Andrew Spooner
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Member Since
Sept. 14, 2015
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australian youth player


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"You got it wrong."
I've always liked the fact that knowing a bit about limits makes that probability question a lot easier. (i hope that isn't too much of a spoiler)
"You got it wrong."
Comparable Call?
The test for A2 is whether or not all hands which would make the comparable call would also make the withdrawn call, ie the comparable call is a strict subset of the original call. This isn't met here, because there are many hand types which would double 1 ...
I cheat
YAC (Yet another claim)
I'm tempted to rule one down even if clubs are 4-3 and K is singleton, although it's not clear to me. That would be consistent with declarer believing that the contract is 7NT, but that's only one of several possible explanations for the erroneous claim.
Score adjustment against/ No score adjustment for my partnership?
Michael's initial comment had an extra layer
A Double Standard?
It doesn't affect the rest of your post, but the regulation about not alerting any bid above 3NT specifically excludes opening bids. so an opening bid of 4 (assuming it doesn't show clubs) is alertable
Tony Rolfe's bidding problem: A QJ943 9 AQ8432
I bid 3 because I was unsure what 3 meant, and thought that it was probably a fit showing jump. the comment in the original post about 3 being described as 6 diamonds, possibly weak, is not correct - I was never asked what it meant, and if ...
Tony Rolfe's bidding problem: A QJ943 9 AQ8432
hello tony! it was a fun match
A Bridge Problem (of Sorts)
319 is the answer to another auction-related problem, but not this one

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