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Marty Harris
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The Longest Consecutive Chain of Bids Ever?
If you allow me to skip 1 step along the way, I could come up with the following sequence (again, it's never happened at the table): 1C (bal. or clubs or 4441) -1NT (bal. GF, no 5+ M) 2C (bal., 12-13 or 18-22) -2D (12-17 HCP) 2H (18-22 HCP ...
The Longest Consecutive Chain of Bids Ever?
Jay, that is a very impressive, LONG sequence. I don't recall ever actually having this auction at the table, but the longest I can think of in my system would go like this: 1S -2C (artif. GF) 2D (relay, 3 possible hand types) -2H (relay, asks which type) 2S ...
Worst Bid? For Bidding Theory Geeks Only
IMO the problem was the system NS are using. Neither player showed his distribution. The balanced hand should have relayed while South should have shown 6-4 shape. That would have made it very easy for North to identify that his two round suit kings were not good cards. Instead of ...
ACBL Dues Revenue Flow: Bad for Recruitment
I have a few questions. As background, I don't know much about the relationship or power structure between units, districts, and the ACBL. But several people above have said that ACBL sends a lot of money to the units, while others claim the units have $17 million just sitting ...
ACBL Dues Revenue Flow: Bad for Recruitment
JoAnn, I don't doubt you, but I'm absolutely stunned by your claim that a typical board member works 20+ hours per week on ACBL matters. Is that really true? If yes, WHY? What are the individual board members actually doing each week? A board of directors is supposed ...
Warning: Viewer Discretion
There are so many bad bids here it's hard to pick out one as THE worst. If forced to choose, I'd probably go with West's X, but: Why did West pass a clear opening bid? Yes it's a quacky 12 count with 4333 shape, but there ...
Ax opposite KQTxx
Craig, thanks for the link. That's BY FAR the best shortcut I've ever seen for calculating revised odds based on vacant spaces. It's the first shortcut formula I've seen that's simple enough you can use it in real time at the table.
How Many Zeros Would You Give West?
Greg N., I agree with Michael and others. If you polled to ask, "which player, E or W, should get his side into this auction," you'd find the vast majority voting for EAST, not West. East is the one who should have competed over 2H by doubling. He has ...
Legal Agreement or not?
John, even if Kit is right that there theoretically could be a bridge reason for the 2S bid despite having no intention to ever play in spades, IMO that doesn't change the outcome here. The combination of bidding 2S (ostensibly natural) on a doubleton, coupled with the agreement prohibiting ...
Legal Agreement or not?
Jay, the director is correct. See my comment above explaining the different between: (1) a psych that's safe due to THE LOGIC OF THE AUCTION (that's legal), vs. (2) a psych that's only safe due to specific agreements that prevent partner from raising or making other calls ...
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