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David Wetzel
David Wetzel
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Member Since
July 9, 2014
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about me

Long ago, in a galaxy far away, my wife and I used to play a lot, and made token appearances in the lower flights of a couple of GNTs and NAPs and such.  Also managed to lose in the finals of the 0-750 knockouts at three straight Spring Nationals, which is harder to do than it sounds.


Then kids happened. 


Now we don't play much.


United States of America

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Rusinow leads - "in depth" structure?
Thank goodness I'm paying for Prime, saving that shipping will make all the difference.
A lot of stuff went down here.
I might skip the PP, depending on N/S experience; the "when do I tell the opponents we done screwed up" thing is one that I've seen even seasoned players get wrong pretty often. But, yeah.
Sabrina Miles's bidding problem: AQ8732 T QT5 QJ3
1 for me, but it's closer than the vote count would indicate.
A lot of stuff went down here.
So you have a "put the cookies out and collect the cash and I've done my job" director, eh?
Richard Traxler's bidding problem: KQ Q765 Q53 AK32
I don't really know if 3NT will make, but I'm betting a lot of our slow defensive tricks will get ruffed in spades.
How do u rate the call
Well, we might have six in a hand otherwise unsuitable for a weak two (depending on our requirements for that), but otherwise, yes.
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: 4 AK63 AQT93 873
I'd need the heart spots to be at least roughly T8 to take the plunge.
Interference after 2!C - 2!D in Precision
How does responder penalize then? Granted it's not a super high frequency event, but it's hard to play double by one player as takeout and the other as penalty.
Should a Committee, Overturn or Uphold This Ruling? (And how would you, as a director, have ruled?)
It's easier when you think there's a minimum of 14 diamonds in the deck and must assume the opponents have misexplained their bid to reduce that number.
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: J987532 3 832 K4
I do, but I have surprisingly little shame.

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