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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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May 28, 2017
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A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
I used to teach my beginners that 2 was 23 plus balanced or a hand where opening one is passed might result in a missed game. My example hand was AKxxxx AKxx Axx void Give partner Kxxxxx diamonds and zilch and a slam is good. My point is that ...
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
Collins opened 2 and rebid game in a suit to show a strong pre-empt. As to the solution let people open what they like subject to disclosure. Of course you can ban certain bids like a forcing pass but if they are legal then leave it t the players.
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
Absolutely on the money Artur. Tyrants like books of colour like Mao and Gaddafi.
Is this X takeout or penalty?
Because you can bid 2 to show that.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQT976 AKJT A4 K
of course you have an agreement.
A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
I have never understood why so called lawmakers have to become involved in what some person somewhere thinks they want to open. There was an incident when playing against Garozzo and Belladonna this guy opened 5nt on a flat zero count after a large penalty was taken, unable t resist ...
Is this X takeout or penalty?
I am too stuck in my ways for this to show anything other than good diamonds and a decent hand. On the hand described I would bid 2 or pass. FWIW I think 2 shows clubs and hearts.
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AQT976 AKJT A4 K
I might find myself playing in 3NT without agreement.
BridgeWinners Golden Raspberry Awards 2019
I am sure RJF will recall we managed to get Reese and Schapiro playing together in the Lederer for first time since BA. One hand duly arrived which had a 6-6 heart fit missing the King and the grand was a spread and not only did the entire field miss ...
Never a Senior
| understand senior golf because the older pros cannot win any more on regular tours. Bridge is a mind sport and there is no pro tour so I guess those participating think they are no longer up to it. I think there should be post seniors events where mediums would populate ...
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