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Barry Rigal
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Barry Rigal Glenn Milgrim
15-17 NT; Short club plus transfer responses. 2/1 GF bar 'rebid'
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Barry Rigal Glenn Milgrim 2014
15-17 NT; Short club plus transfer responses. 2/1 GF bar 'rebid'
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David Yoon Barry Rigal III
2/1 GF in non-competitive auctions (NT jump GF auctions = 15-17)
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Raises to five of the agreed major suit?
I do not know whether Michael Rosenberg was channeling Alan Hiron from 35-40 years ago in Bridge Magazine. He wrote something that was very similar to what MR wrote here. There is also something relevant in Jeff Rubens' splendid articles on BJ Becker in 1981/2. in Bridge World.
Bermuda Bowl RR3: MONACO vs. CHINA
At double dummy, would south have beaten 3NT by ducking H!10? I don't think North could ever work out to continue the suit unless the tempo from south (plus his bridge IQ) were good enough that North could play for that.
Plan your play 18.
Very nice.
Alerting Question for Our 3rd/4th Seat Opener
As a separate question why would you bid 2m with 4M and 5m (though (41)(53) might do so I suppose? Wouldn't you pass 1NT, so 2m always suggests 5-4 not 4-5?
Excluding Exclusion
I'm sure Bergen has used that phrase re preemptive keycard but I thought I was first into print with it.
Spingold Deal
If you haven't written this up for IBPA, you should, Oren.
The Cowboy and the Lady
For the record: it's Ker not Kerr I believe. Lectio difficilior...
May you bid after partner's hesitation
I agree with Michael Rosenberg but I think you do not have to make the hand much weaker for pass to be an LA. I suspect most experts planned '2 then 3' at their first turn so they cannot undo that process from partner's UI. I'd ...
Henry G. Francis
Henry was responsible for getting me on board to work for ACBL, and was one of my closer friends in the world of International Bridge Press Association. But I had not seen him since a nationals 4/5 years ago. My thoughts go out to his family.
No Toronto Bulletin Today
I'm NOT part of the bulletin team though I contribute to it. Yesterday was the first day since 1997 that I haven't been into the office to contribute or check up on what was going on. (I missed ABQ 1997). So if you want to blame someone it ...
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