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Eric Hamilton
Eric Hamilton
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Member Since
Jan. 19, 2017
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Sept. 13
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Eric's generic 2/1 card
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Sathya Bettadapura's bidding problem: AKT KQ952 K98 Q3
Presumably partner has some form of puppet available over 1N? This one is close - the dubious club holding and poor heart spots incline me towards pessimism but I won't argue with a partner who goes the other way.
Invite 3N or commit?
> I still don't see Henry's option available If you would always invite, never force, then check the four "invite not force" options.
Invite 3N or commit?
Try now, I think I fixed it.
Invite 3N or commit?
Dammit! You're right, I didn't paste in enough options.
Superb Sportsmanship
> This is not a question of UI. I am not telling partner anything he doesn't know. Indeed... the regulation against unnecessary alerts ("what is not required is forbidden"?) is a concession to lower levels of play where there is a very real possibility that partner does not know. Whether ...
Buck the Odds
There's an extra club ten in the second hypothetical layout on page 11.
Accusation of Plagiarism against Mark Horton
I had been planning to stay out of this thread hijack because I didn't want to risk being known as the only grammar pedant in the crowd...but it appears that isn't something that I have to worry about.... OK, this particular case has nothing to do with ...
Accusation of Plagiarism against Mark Horton
It's not clear to me that copying a bridge hand should be considered plagiarism (although preserving "first reported by" information is generally a good thing). Copying any accompanying analysis clearly would be plagiarism, but that's text and Google is up for finding that.
What are you done with?
"Polls with poorly constructed choices" is a different and IMO more serious issue than the "or used to..." stuff.
ATB - duplication
Often an "are there better methods available?" question presents as an ATB question - this may be one of those times.
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