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Carl Hudecek
Carl Hudecek
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Member Since
March 31, 2014
Last Seen
March 18
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Why Youth Players love Conventions
Only having played about six sessions of ACBL Tournament Bridge in the past 20 years, I have a question: Is it legal to change your system between rounds of a pair game? e.g. switch from 2/1 to big club; or Std to UDCA etc?
Board 1 from the 02/08/2018 Common Game
Seems like the North hand is worth a negative double over 3D. Over this, South can bid 4S.
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
This was back in the day when players wore suits, or at least sport coats and neckties. The tables were covered with white linen cloths. It was before the first rule on smoking in our area: "Cigarettes ONLY in the playing room, please!" There was only one major event (open ...
CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
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CAS Decision on Fantoni and Nunes
I'm not so sure. Sixty-some years ago I was playing in a tournament, and I had AKJTx in dummy and xxx in my hand. I led small from my hand, LHO played small, and as I was pondering, RHO took a card from his hand and held it in ...
Bridge Winners is Depressing
On the Page 1 hand, why not return the HK, playing declarer for doubletons in the round suits?
Jan Lagerman's bidding problem: K6 94 AK542 AQT6
Another factor is the vulnerability. E-W are risking only -180 if 2DX makes. They are risking considerably more in 2DXX, and West with a void or singleton in diamonds may chicken out. And if W passes the redoulble and North is say 4423 and passes the redouble, East has some ...
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
The average tournament or rubber bridge player with the KQ doubleton will win with the King EVERY TIME. It's human nature. So you are on a pure guess as to whether the K you lose to was singleton or KQ doubleton.
The Fallacy of Restricted Choice
The analysis of the AJT situation missing the KQ fails to take into account human nature. A person with the KQ doubleton, will, in my opinion win with the K the vast majority of the time. Poor and average players do it to "fool" the declarer, and experts because of ...
What is your opening bid and why?
Why are so many people badmouthing AJ doubleton? Don't they expect that OCCASIONALLY their partner will hold Txx?
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