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Andy Stark
Andy Stark
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Member Since
July 27, 2010
Last Seen
47 minutes ago
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
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Favorite Tournaments
Toronto Easter Regional
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Gold Life Master
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My thoughts when seeing a Robot Dummy
Almost always a 5-1 split vs. the Moysians. Which are way more frequent than 3-3s. Tied for last are the 4-2s and 6-0s. Naturally the bots don't end up in their 4-3 fit all that often so I can't say we're even on the 5-1 breaks.
Bill March's lead problem: KJ98432 A9 T5 T5
I tried selecting the ten of cliamonds, aka the 10, but no dice. Closest 10 to my thumb please.
Delayed Viewing - Best of Both Worlds
I like the idea, Danny. Lots of upside. Testing your hypothesis...I wrote this message 30 minutes ago.
Your rarest distribution
In the 2002 Montreal Rosenblum I was dealt: A4 Q - AKQ10876542 6 was made at both tables when both opening leaders cashed a high heart and then played a diamond. It can be defeated with the rare trick two "handlock" by playing a trump or continuing with the ...
What do you play 1!h-2!s as showing (playing 2/1)?
"...I play Soloway jump shits..." We all do when there's a snake in the plumbing.
Goodbye Cosmopolitan, Hello Westgate
Has your bidding evolved?
That'll teach you to send your responses in so early. You did well: both in '96 and today. Details in April.
Andy Stark's bidding problem: 864 QJ95 3 QJ753
Any well-oiled partnership should easily survive this deal as both 2 and Dbl should lead to a 2 contract (or 3--the opps might bid 3). North held: J10xx Axxx KJ AKx As mentioned above by Martin, the quackfest won't provide much defence, but it's ...
Andy Stark's bidding problem: J875 A532 A93 A4
The other hand was: AKQ Q986 Q1074 KQ After South's 4 cuebid, do you cue 4?
Vlad Grigorean's lead problem: K87 Q9875 J4 KJ9
There is a case for the 7, but I opt for the queen. :)
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