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Peter Lipp
Peter Lipp
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Member Since
July 18, 2010
Last Seen
48 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
Intensive learner, practically a beginner (less than 10 years playing intensively), but on the verge of thinking about squeezes on the table, so not all hope is in vain....
Country
Austria

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
Park Bridge Club Graz
Favorite Tournaments
Salzkammergut Bridgetage
BBO Username
pio_magic
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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One more flew over the cuckoo's nest
And if he has psyched? Come on... Whether random bidding was allowed by the rules or not, it's cannot be partner to decide that has happened.
One more flew over the cuckoo's nest
Somehow I miss why an unintended call (if legal otherwise) automatically should be an irregularity. It is not against the rules to make a stupid call. Also, where would we stop here? When I have 8 hearts in my hand and my p opens 1 - statistically this will more ...
One more flew over the cuckoo's nest
... moved to the thread above ....
A proposed mechanism for mitigating potential UI situations
Mandatory Pause. As with the STOP card. Of course.
How greedy are you?
In club, they always leed low from an honor... ;) At least that was the case whenever I took the Ace in such a situation.... almost always... (none of the top pairs though)
The Adventures of Mrs. I. Fixum
My wife once fixed one of our opps in a pairs tournament. We play strong club - she opened 1 and got a 1 response from me. Herself having 5 s and a minimum 3=2=5=3 hand she felt like it was time to pass... So I ...
6!D in a 13-card fit
I prefer the Bridge Solver App to the 20 steps recommended above....
Swiss teams - with hand records, bridgemates and less waiting time - it IS possible!
In Pula this year there were ~128 teams, 12 rounds, 8 boards, all duplicated (4 boards per table). Impressive and a great event I recommend to all of you.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A9 AK3 KQ63 QT75
17-19 (I was S)
Fourth-suit (artificial) Forcing
We were playing yesterdays Common Game hands in a team-tournament and while our team-mates were stuck in 2, obviously assuming "to play" (need to ask them though) which brought us 6 IMPs since the opps at our table luckily went down in 4. All other tables bid 3N ...
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