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Anthony Taglione
Anthony Taglione
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Sept. 25, 2015
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Something a lot of people seem to forget is that Bridge is meant to be fun.

 

Every hand an adventure, every bid a thrill!

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You know its not your night when...
We usually express it as, "There's always one"
What is he thinking about?
Some people are just a little hard of thinking.
What is a comparable bid...
Agreed, Ed, I stay at the table to see what happens. I've only had a couple, so far.
What is a comparable bid...
partner must pass for one turn if the replacement call is not a comparable call after a call out of turn. After an insufficient bid, it's for the remainder of the auction.
What is a comparable bid...
on the plus side, we have ten years in which to [s]argue about[/s] discuss this
What is a comparable bid...
agreed but it also includes hands which would have opened with a strong 2. I like the concept behind the new Law 23 but it does make the TD think more and that's never a good thing if you want consistent rulings.
You know its not your night when...
A Bridge expert is someone who can count to 13 four times in five minutes and Ian makes it to 14. :)
The problems of over-alerting
No one views it as "something unusual" when the 1NT bidder can have a void and a seven-card suit?
What is a comparable bid...
I couldn't find a suitable answer in the poll. One oft-mentioned example is, after a pass out of rotation, partner opens 1. A non-forcing, natural 1 bid should not be viewed as a comparable call, since it does not show a subset of hands that would pass ...
Does a hand for this bid exist?
At my local club, such a bid simply promises four diamonds, maybe to an honour. :-j I've yet to see anyone play it as a splinter but I've not given up on waiting.
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