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David J Waterman
David J Waterman
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Member Since
April 3, 2014
Last Seen
March 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am the Canadian David Waterman on this site!

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing with Adrian Hicks
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What has partner got?
Since I could have a 4 count, nothing other than "partner forgot" makes sense. And of course this is not UI; it is bridge logic. So if we end up with a good result, no adjustment.
Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
There is no solution to this problem. The bracketing is based on master points, and of course master points do not reflect skill. There is nothing wrong with that, of course - master points were designed to be a marketing tool, a way to encourage tournament participation without having to spend ...
Lanzarotti Readmitted to ACBL
Mr. Lanzarotti has been very involved in helping train Italian Junior bridge players, volunteering extensively “to share his knowledge and experience.” Well, that's good to know!
Nutrition/fitness levels of top bridge pros
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. (How is that for an on-target metaphor.) Make a list of the most successful players, say over the last 30 years. Review their results carefully, and pay special attention to errors you might associate with low levels of fitness. (Primarily careless ...
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
Many people seem to think that this hand and its aftermath have tarnished the game in some way. I disagree - I think the rules of bridge, and the byzantine way they are applied, are endlessly fascinating. "How would you rule" on this hand is every bit as interesting as a ...
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
1. Who actually made the comment "It was the unethical use of partner’s BIT that produced the diamond lead."? I think we can all agree that is a terrible thing to say. If the review panel said that, it means they don't understand how to review these issues ...
ATB: Diving to disaster
A better ATB problem would be if 6H was passed around to South - who doubles to make sure partner does not lead a S - and sure enough North leads a diamond for his partner to ruff...
David J Waterman's bidding problem: K92 K6 AJ87 K765
Duplicate, sorry I am new to this!
game vs slam flip psychology
Partnership dynamics are also involved. Missing a vulnerable game just SEEMS like such a crime - miss a couple early in the match and many partners will start to tilt. Go down one a couple of times, or miss a close slam, and partner will remain calm. A stable partner who ...
Psychic Bids by US Players during the 1957 Bermuda Bowl and Related Deals
I think the Heart 10 is quite reasonable. If the opener has anything like a real 1 Heart opener, even a light opener, you are dead. You need to play opener for a psychic to have a chance. That being so, the Heart 10 is quite a good shot. That ...
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