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Ed Reppert
Ed Reppert
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July 17, 2011
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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.
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Blackshoe
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Non Life Master
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Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
As I recall, the definition of "reverse" is different in different places, in particular the definitions in North America and in England are not the same, as the latter allows for the high reverse (Patrick's second auction).
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
If you have 42 clubs you should probably call the director. :-) If you're 3=4=4=2 with 18-19 HCP and the auction goes 1-1 and back to you, why would you lie about your shape by reversing? Show your balanced hand with 2NT. If partner has ...
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
Teach them Precision instead. :-)
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
What would the last bid in 1-2; 3 show?
Director Please! Oops there aren't any.
'"Go to hell!" or other insult direct is all the answer a snoopy questions rates.' -- R.A. Heinlein, [I]The Notebooks of Lazarus Long[/I]
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
The law requires that a LA for a particular player depends on what his peers would do. How is the TD to determine that, absent a poll? Maybe the law should be changed, but until it is, we have to deal with what we have, not what we would like ...
I'm baffled
Pfui.
I'm baffled
ROFL
Director Please! Oops there aren't any.
Here, we have these days for the main open games three club owners. One of them has a full time job. He hires one of the others to run most of his games, but he is usually there at the start of the game to collect the table fees. Not ...
Director Please! Oops there aren't any.
I don't know about a living wage, but a prospective employer and a prospective employee ought to be able to come to some agreement about what the latter's time (and expertise if he has any) is worth. Yet there always seems to be an element of "this is ...
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