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Avon Wilsmore
Avon Wilsmore
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Member Since
May 5, 2011
Last Seen
16 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
A X of 3NT in 1981...
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Double Bay Bridge Centre
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James Creech's lead problem: A2 9854 AT753 73
South should be taken aside and told that if anything like that happens again, he will be spending more time with his family.
No inspiration yet
Is not the queen an entry? Leading to the closed hand does a fraction more to hide one's holding...
No inspiration yet
I would win the K and play a diamond. Looks like the safest route for 8 (or more) tricks.
So many mouse clicks.
Please comment on the Ruling
All true. From East's point of view, why shouldn't partner have a 1-2-6-4 rubbish hand?
Thank you Zia!
Well, if the WBF ever releases the Burgay Tape, a carton will be arriving in Geneva shortly after... FIB President Luigi Firpo, 02 May 1976: [i]Should the inquiry determine that the tape was authentic and furthermore that the declaration by Bianchi of his cheating with Forquet was confirmed, then ...
How Good A Player Was Barry Crane? You Be The Judge
Vine was a great comic writer... the Coldbottom stories in the Bridge World were outstanding.
5-Card Majors - The Scanian Way. Free Bridge Book for Junior Players courtesy of Mats Nilsland.
I suspect quite some credit for Scanian methods should go to Anders Wirgren. There is no question that he was an excellent analyst and theoretician.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: JT932 --- 85 KQJ863
3 was a silly, pointless bid. What, exactly, was South attempting? Did he expect to play there? At least 4 would sometimes enable partner to make an informed choice. Anyway, since I dislike sacrificing, I will now pass.
The Missing Years
Another interesting idea... thanks. I guess it would not be so hard to include the auction and known play.

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