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David Wetzel
David Wetzel
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Member Since
July 9, 2014
Last Seen
37 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Long ago, in a galaxy far away, my wife and I used to play a lot, and made token appearances in the lower flights of a couple of GNTs and NAPs and such.  Also managed to lose in the finals of the 0-750 knockouts at three straight Spring Nationals, which is harder to do than it sounds.


Then kids happened. 


Now we don't play much.


United States of America

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Your Legal/Etiquette View
As any parent of a small child would tell you, we look with our eyes, not our hands.
What does this double show?
That South has made a mistake. (Or West has, but that's not the way to bet.)
BW 2/1: What is 2/1?
Voted "something else", but that's basically due to objections about how the second option is worded. That's a lot closer to correct than the first one.
Katz, Levin, Rodwell Elected to HOF
Never heard of 'em.
Would you open
Yay, I win. (The second hand is really close, and a couple of stray tens would persuade me, but it’s functionally a 10 count. I don’t think the first hand will disappoint partner, and it should be easy to find any necessary rebids.)
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: K9842 QJ6 52 AQ5
That's also possible! At least it's only one board?
Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: K9842 QJ6 52 AQ5
I bid the same as everyone else, but I wouldn't be stunned to find out that the call nobody's made yet (Pass!) is the winner. The lack of a diamond raise has some promise to it. I mean, I wouldn't actually do it, but if we're ...
Calling All Legal Beagles
"When this occurs, doesn't it give some UI to partner (if indeed they have NOT revoked?) And then, could/should there be anything done about it if somehow it harms declarer? Again - curious. " Asking once (unless you always ask the first time partner shows out of a suit, which ...
Who bid wrongly?
By bidding two diamonds, then three diamonds, then four diamonds... and look, we're still at a lower level.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: KT9x Kx JTx Q9xx
If you’re down in 2S it is probably a good save over something.

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