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Szilágyi László
Szilágyi László
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Sept. 30, 2013
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Sept. 15
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Hungary

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You play Gazzilli but not Flannery
Phrase "semiforcing" exist. So non forcing should mean something more specific.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
We can consider ourselves lucky then. My pd was either unfamiliar with that strictly rule or was brave enough to replace it with logical thinking. I did nothing. Just innocently bid 5s.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
Nope, it was an IMP event for teams.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
Lots above disagree with that rock proof captain role conception. They suggest that leap to seven hearts after the five spades bid and my Formidable Partner de facto did this way. It took him about 3,5 minutes to do so from what I got an UI about his extremely ...
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
You succesfully constracted a very unsuitable minimum hand. There was no way ti divide the heart queen to two jacks running out of jacks. However even with the given hand five hearts woukd go down only a small fraction of time. PartlY because six will be bid and making it ...
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
No he didnt because that 4hearts would have been a nonforcing invitational bid. His hand was far too strong for that. His bid definitely denied shortage, splintering would have offered his partner a hand evaluation still leaving the possibility to go forward even after a negative sign. This is possible ...
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
"If that true, then the case for allowing the 7♥ call is even stronger. I can't construct any hand where you wouldn't want to be in 7♥ except when responder has xxx in clubs, and he huddle doesn't give any indication about this." The argument of the ...
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
Well according to the here long time popular system transfer on the two level followed by a jump is a slam try or better auto splinter. Transfer and jump to four in the own major is a natural and nonforcing slam try, one suiter 6+ cards in length no shortness.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
Advancer denied shortness.
Why is it worth taking part in an appeal committee?
I strongly agree. According to the rubber like rules (well I mean made of rubber) that I personaly hate so much plenty of cases can be decided one way or the opposite one without real violating the rules.
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