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Allan Simon
Allan Simon
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Aug. 24, 2010
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What are your pet peeves?
Even if you didn't pay attention to the vulnerability while playing/defending the previous board, you can ascertain this by either looking at the info on the inside of the convention card or by remembering ONEB-NEBO-EBON-BONE. As I said in my preamble, it's nothing serious, just a quirky ...
An interesting hand... advice appreciated...
How strong is the national team of the Färöer? I seem to remember many years ago there were 2 brothers who did well in the European Pairs event. When I visited a few tears ago, there was no club in Torshavn.
In The Well: David Berkowitz
Hi Dave, I asked you a question, about 30 posts higher. Please answer or say why you can't.
In The Well: David Berkowitz
Which is the right spot card to lead from J986 vs notrump? Please reply both for 4th best and für attitude leads.
I've never seen this, just a curiosity
Not so sure that 7 is double dummy. I don't see any other distribution of the opponents cards that would allow it to make.
GAWRYS Wins Spingold
Well it's a fact
Accusation of Plagiarism against Mark Horton
I keep flipping through this now very tedious thread, just to see if perhaps Horton has decided to make an appearance here. I would ask the BW editors to start a new thread if and when this happens. Would save me some time.
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AT9764 KJ2 --- AQ98
This hand didn't really exist. But if you wait to see the Bidding Box contest in the September ACBL Bulletin, you will find this auction. My partner did bid 3 in this sequence and I wondered if he could have a hand like in my example. The voters ...
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AT9764 KJ2 --- AQ98
It would be invitational, about 11 points or so.
Allan Simon's bidding problem: AT9764 KJ2 --- AQ98
With a hand slightly stronger than his actual hand, for instance make the hearts KQJ instead of KJx, the correct rebid over 2 is 3, strong hand with diamond shortness.
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