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Peter Boyd
Peter Boyd
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2011
Last Seen
48 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Copy of Robinson-Boyd
Std, 2/1
Copy to my cards View/Print
Barry Rigal's bidding problem: AQJ4 86 75 AK642
1 = 3-cards 2 = 4-cards, 11-14. 3 = 4-cards, stronger, not GF. 2 = GF.
San Diego NABC Appeals Casebook with commentary available online
A habit I recommend, is ALWAYS to ask about an alert of a jump bid. You are supposed to appear to be thinking. That's rendered more credible if you ask.
USBC Round of 16, Day 1
Online GCOC’s have revision date of 3/13/17. I think there is a later version somewhere with New tiebreak rules.
Peter Boyd's bidding problem: 4 T93 75 T976542
Start at the bottom, and work up?
In The Well: Chip Martel
Thanks, Chip. Yes, a long time ago indeed. I think both of your guesses are correct. The winning team was: Waldemar von Zedtwitz, Barbara Brier, Tobias Stone, Phil Feldesman, Ira Rubin, and Kyle Larsen. My guess to our roster (perhaps not all played) was: Chip Martel, Peter Boyd, Les Bart ...
In The Well: Chip Martel
Hi Chip, Congrats on all recent success, and thanks for jumping into The Well. Here's a trivia question to test your memory: You and I were on a Eastern States Regional Reisinger KO team in New York in 1974. In a late-round match (Semi's, I think) we lost ...
David Burn: It's easy to slip up here. I wonder if you have overestimated the number of 13-card hands that include a straight-flush (and so underestimated the number of hands without one.) This would be because it is possible for one 13-card hand to have more than one SF ...
Open+ Convention Chart for USBC
As I read the new written-defense rules, written defenses will no longer be required for "transfer pre-empts", in other words artificial pre-empts which show one known suit. I think that's OK, but it is a change from the previous rules.
Dahl and Oshlag Win Fast Pairs
Matchpoints. 11 minutes to play each 2-board round.
Walt Walvick
The Crab, may he rest in peace. A gentleman, and favorite partner of mine in days long, long past.

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