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Sam Lichtenstein
Sam Lichtenstein
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Member Since
Feb. 9, 2012
Last Seen
May 31
Member Type
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Seeking PhD Candidate for 3 year Bridge Project
While it sounds like a fine (cost ineffective, likely fruitless, but perhaps mildly entertaining] way to promote bridge, I’m struggling to understand the *scientific* rationale for funding this social *science* research project. Like, for example, other than the funding from bridge organizations, why is the sociology of bridge worth ...
Introducing BBOH (anti-cheating device)
So you're saying very tall players should be allowed to cheat? (I ask on behalf of those of us who are vertically challenged. :-)
Grade This Pass
Kevin Rosenberg's bidding problem: KQxx xx Kx Axxxx
I think you'd get more informative results if you asked people NOT to answer if they'd seen the first part? Asking them to ignore the first part of the poll (as I tried to do) seems like asking them not to think of an elephant.
In the Well: Eric Rodwell
I see 8 likely tricks with play for 9, with 4 likely cold. Seems like a poor bid to me, but what do I know?
Where is the problem?
West is not a minimum. With appropriate agreements, I think 3NT by west is mandatory over 3.
In the Well: Eric Rodwell
From either recent memory or your entire career, what hand stands out as the one which gives you the greatest pride in your declarer play?
We have a dying sport in our hands
No sport that is broadcast on Youtube can be totally dead:
Interesting Hand - the Article
Lolz. But X is still crazy
Eugene Hung's bidding problem: 4 A2 A9874 KQ753
I agree that (non)-Leaping Michaels is awkward here. But it seems playable as long as you make the agreement that over South's double in this position, North's 4 bid shows five cards. With such an agreement passing 4 seems fine. Without heart tolerance (e.g ...

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