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Andy Stark
Andy Stark
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 27, 2010
Last Seen
Feb. 14
Member Type
Bridge Writer

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
winning 2006 GNTs Flt. A
Bridge Accomplishments
Editor of the Kibitzer Online, viewable at; author of The Weak Notrump, published by Masterpoint Press
Regular Bridge Partners
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, Ontario sectionals, Can-At
Favorite Conventions
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ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Dutch Spiral
Jan, instead of Dutch Spiral, how about J.A.N.S.M.A.? = Just another natural, simple, meticulous agreement.
Andy Stark's bidding problem: 62 AKQJ AKQJ963 ---
As it turns out this is what both Souths did in the match for a push board at +920.. Good ol' partner put down the spade ace.
Andy Stark's bidding problem: 62 AKQJ AKQJ963 ---
I think in a Bridge World type forum, yes all the contributors need to know the system. But here on Bridgewinners, I think problems are posted to see what contributors would do with their system. And let the conversation begin since there is a lot of space.
Slam Try with 4!S Over 1NT Opener
Please enlighten us, Mr. Lampe.
Andy Stark's bidding problem: Q5 A86543 A74 K4
The Richards are onto something! 6NT is the best spot. 6H makes on a 3-2 heart split, but alas, they were 4-2. @Richard S.: This hand arose in a local club game. I was playing with a top Canadian player and multi-NABC champion. We play once every 7 or 8 ...
Andy Stark's bidding problem: AJ872 KQT4 5 AQ5
Partner's shape is 3=0=3=7, so you would get 3 showing three spades.
Bridge Players and the movie world
The cast of the 1950 Billy Wilder film 'Sunset Boulevard' featured: Buster Keaton as himself (bridge player) Anna Q. Nilsson as herself (bridge player) H. B. Warner as himself (bridge player) But I hear there was a plot and other characters...
Placing a whole heap of bidding cards on the table.
Then there's placing a whole heap of bidding cards on the floor. Pretty sure that happens every day in every club. Fun!
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
I think Cohen's book is the correct answer but I remember Zia's Bridge My Way selling well at the '92 Toronto Nationals.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
"...and in their 25 years of existence had a won-loss record of 502-20." **19 of those losses were to the Blue Team.
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