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Ed Judy is suspended from posting until Sept. 27, 2018 . Reason: being repeatedly rude to other posters

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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2011
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Bridge Player
about me

Favorite Bridge Winners profile:

"Love wife, bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order."

(Paul Weinstock)

 

Favorite Bridge Winners article:

"Real Rewards" (Peg Kaplan)

 

Favorite self-quote: "My knowledge of the game exceeds my ability to perform at the table."

 

Favorite accomplishment: An open regional Win with a "B" partner

 

Goals:(1) A Mini-Spingold Final (2) A regional top-bracket KO Win

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Sapphire Life Master
Ed Judy and Gary Donner
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LC Standard
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[b]2/1 game forcing[/b]
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Ed Judy and Tom Schlossburg
2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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Stanley Hurwitz and Ed Judy
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Ed Judy and Basic New Partner Card
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2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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Ed Judy and ——-
"New Standard" with Walsh D, XYZ, 2/1
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"Unit 252 Standard" (Beaufort County SC)
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Adele and Ed
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Ed Judy and Paul Cuffe
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Ed and Randy
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Ed Judy and Jamie Traudt
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Table feel vs Cheating
I believe it is close to idiocy to believe that contributing articles (like Karen's) are officially reviewed or ghost-written. I simply called the comment "stupid" but it fact it is trollish....and successful, since it pissed me off. Of course, an Editor of the Bulletin (which is also a ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
For many, bridge -- like life at its best -- is a flowing, changing process in which nothing is fixed. Well-known, if not great U.S. theorists include Culbertson, Kaplan, Roth, perhaps Bergen and certainly Rodwell. Others will follow.
What do you call a 9-card suit?
I was hoping, for once, that no one would call a 9-card suit as "trumps."
Table feel vs Cheating
Fly-speck, picayune point. For your benefit, I should have written "her articles 'would' have."
Open Orlando Discussion Thread
How about adding in the expense of a few events and the cost per bridge deal played for your entire experience? I wouldn't want to know :)
Open Orlando Discussion Thread
"Walking distance" restaurants don't exist in Orlando resort hotels. However you cut it, this is not an event for those with tight budgets.
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Yes, "Edgar" and "EK" were understood, at one time, as synonymous with Edgar Kaplan. Rumor has it that some referred to him as "Old Money-Bags!"
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Mike Becker's contribution above has drawn a record-breaking (?) 57 well-warranted "likes". But this piece strikes me as rather funny. Is it possible, just possible, that B&G are having some fun here? Surely, all these players are aware that "cheating" is and has been in the air for quite ...
Table feel vs Cheating
Karen Walker's current series in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin titled "Table Feel" discusses and relates to several situations and issues that are mentioned in this thread. Presumably, her articles have the endorsement of appropriate officials of the ACBL and reflect recommended good practices within NA jurisdictions. ("Table feel - part ...
Preferred methods after (1S) x (2S)
If you have access, see RP's Modern Bridge Conventions (beginning on page 156) regarding responsive and related calls. I believe these are/were mainstream understandings, circa 1981.
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