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Alan Taylor
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20 years NZ championships Bulletin editor, 10 years Australian NOT editor  . 2 PABC bulletin editorial stints, NZ Open trialist (horribly inconsequential) 2 NZ Seniors titles. Habitual psycher, habitual over-bidder, eternal optimist at the table, eternally disappointed

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Club game ruling question
The OP staes clearly that it was the actual agreement. Why would you question that? It's not exactly ambiguous. . I realise that DB has a very strong view about misexplanations/misbids but there's got to be a point where we actually accept the conditions specified.
Sir Everton Weekes
i never saw bradman but i did watch weekes, tendulkar, aamed, richards compton, and for me, the best i have ever seen was peter may. my father, who played first class, always placed hobbs above bradman but i suspect that was more chauvinism than reality. by any measure - note measure ...
I cheat
You can add Nz to the list and add me to the haters
Lose the Trials Semifinal with Me
Lot of clubs on 11
Clarification of Tom Kniest Hand
And don't bother telling me about self serving statements - 6 or 9 fgs
Clarification of Tom Kniest Hand
But the players told him different thingz
Clarification of Tom Kniest Hand
And the reason the director chose one estimate over the other was?
Clarification of Tom Kniest Hand
what is TOTALLY mindboggling is that the director essentially distinguished between an assessment of 6 secs and 9 secs. Read any of the appeal casebooks and see how wide the time assessments are - way, way, way over 3 secs. that director "reason" has claimed top place in my inventory of ...
4th suit?
Could be 4144
4th suit?
4432 1H 4144 1C unless C are rubbish then 1D
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