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Robin Barker
Robin Barker
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May 9, 2012
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Started playing bridge at Cambridge University in the 1980s.  Started directing at national level (EBU) in the 1990s.  Some directing at zonal level (EBL) in 2000s.  Now (2010s) National TD for EBU and still playing: mainly in teams knockout competitions.

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David Caprera's bidding problem: A9xx AQ AKJxx Ax
Playing "pass-double inversion" what does double show? (Is this the same question as: Not playing "pass-double inversion" what does Pass show? ?)
2 diamond bid weak
South bids 2D, East looks at the system card and finds 2D is forcing, North passes - now East knows there is a misunderstanding.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: KQT43 --- AKQJT95 A
2 then 3 showing spades and longer diamonds?
Robin Barker's bidding problem: 74 AKQT8542 A42 ---
The player at the table thought 4 was not discussed but assumed it was natural/non-forcing; this was clouded by the fact that partner had described 4 as a good 4 bid.
Your call
I think this should be two polls - or one poll with multiple answers allowed.
What would you say if you were director?
The introduction says "the laws define correct procedure", and to play the game the players need to know correct procedure, so players need to know the laws that define correct procedure. Players can also read/know the laws that define the remedies when play departs from correct procedure; but the ...
What would you say if you were director?
The penalty card law applies after there has been an infraction, attention has been drawn, the director summoned, and a ruling sought. Players are expected to know how the game works in the absence of irregularities and to call the director when there is an irregularity. Players are not required ...
Corrected score?
I assumed "WT?" was a minced-oath version of "WTF".
Should score be adjusted?
SEWoG = ESE/GA in 2017 Even if it is an Extremely Serious Error, it is not unrelated to the infraction. To be a Gambling Action, the player needs to be aware of a potential irregularity.
Opening pass out of turn when pard is the first to bid
I have lost the thread. In Bryan's example, the call out of rotation was a Pass. So 2/1 in any suit (in response to 1S) will not be comparable - the only comparable calls will be weak spade raises and 1NT (if that is limited to less than opening ...
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