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Art Korth
Art Korth
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April 18, 2012
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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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Emerald Life Master
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That's Universal
From Wikipedia: "Lemmings have become the subject of a widely popular misconception that they are driven to commit mass suicide when they migrate by jumping off cliffs. It is not a deliberate mass suicide where the animal voluntarily chooses to die, but rather a result of their migratory behavior. Driven ...
That's Universal
Generally speaking, I like to have a full opening bid or near-perfect shape for a balancing double. Without either, I prefer to balance with a bid.
Art Korth's bidding problem: Kx JTx AQxx Kxxx
Thanks. Just checking. This was the subject of a misunderstanding and a break in tempo. There was a perceptible break in tempo by South over 1NT. His 2 bid was intended as artificial and game forcing. North, who believed that 2 was natural and not forcing, bid 2 ...
2 diamond bid weak
"I used to think that doubling 2♦ in balancing seat, with the information that it is forcing, would be an unethical double shot. Now I see that it is passing that would be the double shot." There is nothing necessarily "unethical" in a double shot. If the opponents created a ...
2 diamond bid weak
You have to figure out what the agreement was. (I can't believe that I am adding to the length of this silly discussion).
2 diamond bid weak
OK. Here's one: Referring to Credit Card Agreements: Americans are divided into four, roughly equal quadrants, with 24 percent saying they “never” read the contract, and 22 percent saying “hardly ever.” Twenty-six percent say “sometimes.” Only 26 percent said they “regularly” read the agreements. There you have it. A ...
The ACBL and the 15 second rule
The ACBL skip bid rules do include a statement to the effect that one is not supposed to make it clear that he or she is merely waiting for the time to elapse before acting. So, counting down the 10 seconds is very inappropriate. I found this in the bidding ...
2 diamond bid weak
So, if they run, you can bid 3NT later if you want to, or double them if you choose. They are not the only ones with options.
2 diamond bid weak
Ian: If the opps will let you play in 2xx, are you not willing to take advantage of that? I posted some time back about a one-of-a-kind result I obtained in a Swiss Teams match when my opponents allowed me to play in 2xx and I made 4 ...
2 diamond bid weak
The type of expert that has a different understanding about the pass of 2xx than you have. I have heard from players who I respect who do not have an agreement for this basic sequence. And there have been discussions on BW about what is meant by a pass ...
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