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Norman Selway
Norman Selway
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Sept. 26, 2016
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Opening 1Nt with a singleton (again) in superchart.
Many thanks
Opening 1Nt with a singleton (again) in superchart.
As a matter of interest, what happens if the partner of the 1NT opener states that, "Could contain a singleton". Do they get accused of cheating? Over here, we say what 1NT might be, it has an adverse effect on no one and we get on with it. I have ...
Wrong view on multi 2d by ACBL
Over here, we had the usual outrage when the Multi first appeared on the scene. Letters to the bridge magazines accusing the perpetrators of cheating and all that. The sage, David burn announced that it was every tournament players right to obtain a top against two little old ladies by ...
Opening 7NT
I used to play the odd tournament with him which involved playing on the Sabbath. I was instructed to stand at the end of his street when I came to meet him and it was always slightly surreal to see him approach, crouching behind any cars or bushes that might ...
Opening 7NT
Can't leave out,"Joker" Jack Newman who was one of the few players we allowed to join the all night game at the Acol on his way to work in the morning.. We might even have been responsible for his losing his job as he often stayed all day ...
Opening 7NT
Peter, we forgot the lovliest man ever to play at SJW. Issie Solomons whose funeral I remember going to. Wonderful, patient, kind man.
Opening 7NT
Brian Mervis created quite a stir when he came from South Africa to England in I think the seventies. He came over with compatriot Gus Caulderwood, a fine player, known for his deliberate approach to the game. Brian was the opposite, full of agression and flair, he exploded like a ...
Opening 7NT
I once played in the London pairs with Dorothy, she was a devotee of Kenneth Konstam, both at rubber and at pairs (although I suspect that this was her only venture into the duplicate world). She played 13-15 NT, strong twos and 5 card spades and when you partnered her ...
Opening 7NT
The two Patsys, Walvish, and Alberquerque although she was more old Acol Bridge Club before Linda Palmer and Adrienne Jaffe (Edwin)left to found St Johns Wood.
Opening 7NT
Fantastic Peter, I remember them all and fondly too.
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