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Stephen Henry
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May 28, 2014
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about me

Lost at the Bowl, Olympiads, World Mind Games and PABF events.

Country
New Zealand

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BBO Username
ash1968
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For Frank Stewart
As long as the pedestrian makes no sudden moves then it works ok. Sudden change in direction or pace is likely to end in an accident.
Stephen Henry's lead problem: T754 82 AT3 8532
My apologies, I dont know what leads they were playing. I thought which suit probably best place to start
Opinion Poll on Adequacy of Simplest Multi 2D Defenses
Exactly why Flannery should be banned because it isnt played in my village :)
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
I played like Marty for a while as well. It seemed like a net winner. Even when we had a 2C equivalent it broke even opening at the one level. Once we were played at the one level missing a making game, once we missed game and it went down.
Different Systems
I know a pair that changed their system between acol and precision if they got a bad result on the previous board. Good result and they continued to play what system was currently in use. The wrinkle? they were not allowed to discuss and agree whether their result was good ...
Unbalanced weak hand opposite strong
Regarding (c) I agree with Richard and I don't think it is even close.
Why are you playing bridge?
For the same reason I joined a rock band...
ATB, missed a vulnerable slam
I agree with Peter F's assessment. It is not the 5 card suit that is the issue for S, it is the spade holding.
Dominating Defense
That being said I have the impression that West answered the questions posed correctly more frequently when compared to most of Kit's articles.
WBF alert procedure
Or the other regulating bodies
Not following anyone yet
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