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Andy Bowles
Andy Bowles
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 17, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

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Young Chelsea
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Your UI ruling?
Yes, OK, but we can rule on the main points, which are: - Was 4 legal? - If not, does the 4 bid merit a procedural penalty?
2 sessions movements (Mitchell+Howell) VS arrow switch.
Is it better to play three sessions of 9 rounds each, with each session comprising a Mitchell and a Howell?
Weaker than usual
Maybe the correct action is to play the 7 followed by the 8. If partner is on the ball, he'll understand that you have 3 cards but didn't want to give suit-preference, so don't have a minor-suit king or singleton.
Your UI ruling?
I think that anyone who takes 30 seconds over a bid and then raises partner's suit deserves to have his partner constrained by the unauthorised information.
Your UI ruling?
We can make a ruling for NS without seeing West's hand. Even if West's action was a serious error or gambling action, that doesn't affect the score we give to NS, or the decision about whether to penalise NS.
Yet another "Is pass forcing"?
I expect he wanted to indicate that the decision is easy.
Yet another "Is pass forcing"?
You haven't promised four trumps.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
In that scenario, the obvious approach would be to continue with the investigation, not to take the announcement as an admission of guilt.
Weaker than usual
I'm quite sure that at the table I'd woodenly tell partner I had three spades, but the arguments above are convincing.
The History of History (Part 1)
"Not being able to make money at a bridge career is likewise not the end of one's ability to hold down a job. It really is not that big a deal. There are a lot of other jobs out there, and an accused bridge cheat can still get most ...

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