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Art Korth
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April 18, 2012
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about me

Tax attorney in Atlantic City, NJ.  Playing bridge since 1972.  Inherited much of my sense of bridge humor from Dave Treadwell, so beware.

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Drop/pitch versus finesse
After Drury 2, I challenge any pair to get to 6, let alone a pair consisting of a human and a robot.
Art Korth's bidding problem: AQ KJT986 QJ98 9
I cannot answer your question. But I do know that 3 was game forcing. With the information that I have about opener's hand, I cannot tell you whether it was meant as stronger or weaker than 4. If I had to guess based on what I know ...
Drop/pitch versus finesse
I agree with your line. I also note that 6 is the best slam. I don't have a clue how you would get there bidding with a robot. It is probably quite difficult to get there bidding with a human.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
"I played Roman Club for some time without illegal information exchange." So, you played Roman Club lite? Just kidding. No offense intended.
Rate North's bidding
No, everyone does NOT agree that this board raises a suspicion about fielding a psych. 1NT is good bridge.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Many of the examples cited are for pairings in which one of the teams was vastly superior to the other. Even then, the odds of winning 16 straight are small. If the relative odds of Team A beating Team B in a single encounter are 90/10, then the chance ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
David: I knew that was what you would say as soon as I posted my response. Charge the known criminal with theft and let the jury decide guilt or innocence. I am looking forward to seeing the defense that is presented.
Rate North's bidding
Jumping to 2NT (natural) by a passed hand, whether in an uncontested auction or in response to an overcall, is suicidal.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
David: Really? So, if a Rolls Royce which was on display in the center of a casino suddenly disappears and no one can figure out how it happened, but then a known criminal attempts to sell that same Rolls Royce to a third party, you can't convict that known ...
Russia Reinstated in World Sports Competitions
Cheating in world sports and cheating in bridge seems to go unpunished by the regulatory bodies as a matter of course.
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