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Ian Casselton
Ian Casselton
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Psyches - and fielding them
Hi David. Still trying to tie this back into the laws/regulations. So, when you say [i]"... It is illegal to psyche if your partner has more reason than the opponents to be aware of the deviation ..."[/i] you mean, in the hypothetic scenario that Courtney shouldn't psyche because ...
Psyches - and fielding them
A bit wishy-washy as an answer, David. Your point is accepted, in a relative sense (me vs your wife). But, to push the argument along, I can't see a contravention - first time around at least. Can you? Ian C
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi Nigel. Your take above is sound, IMO. Ian C
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi Kit. I basically agree, though as per the above, I remain open to the outside possibility that everyone is kosher but (perhaps very) light - e.g. a 6-9-14-10 hcp split with the 40th hcp floating in one of the other three hands. I've seen stranger things at the ...
Psyches - and fielding them
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Psyches - and fielding them
Hi Marty. I'm not sure if the personalising of this is stylistic, but for the avoidance of doubt, the actual deal was nothing to do with me. Moving on, there are two considerations which arise from your opinion (1) How to define "clearly" in law or regulation, and (2 ...
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi David. Neither you nor anyone else thus far, by my estimation, has tried to tightly answer the questions and/or drawn legal lines based on law or regulation. I note there have been some partial attempts. To carry on from where you were at, I know Michael - part by ...
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi Yu. The vulnerability and the seat of partner's opening. Ian C
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi Sebastian. Not sure if you're asking me - but if so, as indicated earlier (1) It may or may not be a psyche (it could simply be most are lightish), and (2) Either way, it's not clear being aggressive in (say) hearts is the sensible approach Ian C
Psyches - and fielding them
Hi David. I'm not sure which example hand you are asking about, mine or Avon's. However, if mine, what relative chance would you say that one of the VUL vs NOT opponents is psyching, vs 3rd seat partner? Ian C
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