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Ed Judy
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Aug. 21, 2011
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"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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ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
Ed Judy and Barry Margolin
2 over 1 with Walsh Diamond and NMF
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Copy of Devere - Judy
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Copy of Ed Judy & Vern King
2/1 with Walsh Diamond & 2-Way Checkback
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Ed Judy and Gary Donner
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LC Standard
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Copy of Ed Judy and Bob Simkins
[b]2/1 game forcing[/b]
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Ed and Oded (old card)
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Open San Diego Discussion Thread
I did not know (until just now viewing the pre-bulletin) that the price per person per session is $25.00 for the Naional Nail Life Master Pairs (oh, I'm sure it has been disclosed elsewhere for some time). Nevertheless, sticker shock. No need to guess why -- but thanks a ...
Open San Diego Discussion Thread
On my way. Reportedly, "Free-Ride" Carts (tip appropriate")at site and around the immediate downtown. Details invited.
Application of Foster Echo?
This is timely for me, and perhaps amusing. I've agreed to play a competent partner's favorite card in an upcoming major event in San Diego. It includes Foster Echo. It also includes so-called stolen bids as a counter-defense to interventions after our 1NT opening (no, he's not ...
Jay Whipple District 9 Elected President 2018
Yes, Thumbs Up for The Common Game! Just this month, this item was part of the board minutes of our large local club (and one of the largest in ACBLand): "The game directors proposed our club introduce the Common Game in the new year. There is no charge for this ...
Board 4 from the 11/20/2017 Common Game
Indeed. I observed this hand at one table and North overcalled 1H over the 1D. So, the auction began: 1D-(1H)-1S-(Pass)-2D-(Pass)- ? East, a bonafide expert but playing for the first time with a competent partner, eschewed the technical choice of 3H and bid 3NT. A zero ...
Jay Whipple District 9 Elected President 2018
Debbie, if so, perhaps BW should review its policies. I've had this warnings more than once and I find them unnecessary.
Garbage Stayman or Invitational
I'm late to this thread and haven't read all comments. But, as a reference, Steve Robinson's Washington Standard specifies logical treatments for "weak" as opposed to "invitational" sequences for all major suit hands. I see that the views of a number of commenters above are in sync ...
Jay Whipple District 9 Elected President 2018
Indeed, but the time that has elapsed since Bob Heller was deemed President has gone by so fast that it reinforces the notion that this honorary job should be extended or eliminated. PS: I just got a notice from BW like "this may be inappropriate comment -- do you want to ...
After a Strong 2C opener: BWS
Yes, I recall two references (Robinson being one) who play a jump to 2M as descriptive of a weak two, probably with specs as to holding an A or a K in the bid suit).
Bidding a Grand
Yes, Henry -- despite the fuzziness, the 4D bid by South was meant to identify either the ace or king (or possibly both) in the diamond suit (and, by inference, nothing in clubs)in his implicit agreement and support for opener's spade suit (his 3S bid). And, yes -- the 4H ...
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