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Ed Reppert
Ed Reppert
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Member Since
July 17, 2011
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Bridge Director
about me

Retired US Navy Officer. Know a little something about computers (was my secondary job in the Navy). ACBL Club director. Player. Systems: Mostly I play 2/1 these days, but I like Romex and Precision as well. Play mostly in clubs and local tournaments.

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United States of America

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Favorite Conventions
Boston Jacoby.
BBO Username
Blackshoe
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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Opening 1Nt with a singleton (again) in superchart.
I've never really understood that part of the regulation. All methods allowed on the Mid-Chart but not the GCC require a pre-alert and a written description [i]of the method.[/i] Some methods allowed on the Mid-Chart require an approved defense, supplied in writing to the opponents. Does this ...
One more flew over the cuckoo's nest
Which law says you have to know your conventions?
Is this system bad or illegal? (EDIT)
That depends on what "system on" means.
continuance after a void response
"I should not have bid 4NT."
New Performance Metric for the ACBL
Hm. Sounds like an easy, but very expensive, way to get to LM.
Official Version of New Convention Charts
Not extreme enough, Linda. How about "no conventions at all allowed here"? :-)
Official Version of New Convention Charts
I would hope that the first thing the card committee will do is to eliminate the personal score and use that side of the sheet for more and better description of methods. But it doesn't sound like that's going to happen. :-(
Is this system bad or illegal? (EDIT)
Is opener's rebid a relay? What about responder's rebid?
Can a declarer ask what the contract is?
No need to quibble. The law says "declarer or either defender, at his own* turn to play, is entitled to be informed as to what the contract is and whether, but not by whom, it was doubled or redoubled. * Declarer may enquire at his turn to play from dummy or ...
Can a declarer ask what the contract is?
bridgemates might or might not display the lead. depends on how they're set up. looking at that would be an aid to memory, and illegal. Declarer is entitled "to be informed" what the contract is at his or dummy's turn to play. If that's when he's ...
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