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Ulrich Voigt
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Time to simplify the laws?
"Hesitating will be deemed to be an infraction. That's it, simple." If you wish to create a game where thinking is deemed illegal, feel free to do so, but why do you want to base it on Bridge?
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
Law 92: An appeal shall not be heard unless both members of the partnership concur in making the appeal.
Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
If you have the clear agreement that double shows the diamond ace, shouldn't the hesitation suggest that South holds an ace in a different suit, hence a diamond lead is explicitly not "demonstrably suggested"?
The Hand That Changed The World (of Claims)
"No, it is not condescending, because I am right."
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
(insert Monty Python quote here)
Safest play for overtrick?
Thanks!
The Hand That Changed The World (of Claims)
Ah, I see. Yes, the 2007 laws change about insufficient bids could be motivated as you say. However, it is also possible these laws were changed to conform to the general principle that a call (or play) can't be retracted unless there is good reason to do so, and ...
Safest play for overtrick?
Could you elaborate on that restriced choice argument? I don't see why either player should be more likely to hold three hearts.
The Hand That Changed The World (of Claims)
"That is the way bridge should be played." I very much disagree.
The Hand That Changed The World (of Claims)
Not correct. If an insufficient bid is corrected before the TD is called, the next player certainly doesn't lose his right to accept the insufficient bid. Basically he can choose which call he accepts, in both cases with consequences for the offending side.
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