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Ed Judy
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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2011
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"Love wife, bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order."

(Paul Weinstock)


Favorite Bridge Winners article:

"Real Rewards" (Peg Kaplan)


Favorite self-quote: "My knowledge of the game exceeds my ability to perform at the table."


Favorite accomplishment: An open regional Win with a "B" partner


Goals:(1) A Mini-Spingold Final (2) A regional top-bracket KO Win

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Sapphire Life Master
Ed Judy and Gary Donner
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[b]2/1 game forcing[/b]
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Cue Bid after Weak 2
I voted strong heart raise but have no idea what is expert standard.
Looking to play "The Little Major" system by Terence Reese
And watch out for the video camera!
How I would revise our NABC Tournaments
Like Marty and Gene, I feel there is an element of underlying merit in the OP's ideas. More thinking needed.
Doesn't "Find me" have considerable merit -- in that any double must presumably be alerted?
It would seem that "find me" has merit. I know of some (myself included) have played lead a heart. I recall, from an interview, that the late Dorothy Truscott played "lead a club." I assume it was alerted.
Gatlinburg Regional 2018 hits 8109 tables
As usual, most enjoyable tourney for many. The Monday afternoon ko start (rather than in the evening as in previous years) is a disadvantage for those 6-7 hours away. The lack of 2-session swisses can be a downside. Perhaps more peer brackated ko's would be welcome. I know, you ...
RHO open 1NT, you have 2524 and 15 points
If you google multi-landy convention you will find several references on the use of the idea. Many variations and additions have evolved from Alvin's original idea many years ago. Whatever, if playing, you need to pin down exactly what you want to specify in second seat or balancing seat ...
RHO open 1NT, you have 2524 and 15 points
Patrick'S comment raises an interesting question as to terminology, which can affect what we're talking about. The Landy convention came about some 70 years ago (showing both majors). Somewhere along the line, astute Landy players added multi-Landy (perhaps Granovetter if I have it right) as adding an advancer ...
RHO open 1NT, you have 2524 and 15 points
Playing M-L/Woolsey, Pass. Hand not good enough to double and bid 2NT after advancer's probable bid of 2C or 2S. (Advancer may be able to balance with a shapely hand.)
ACBL BOD Minutes, Phila 2018...
Thanks, Steve!

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