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Eric Kehr
Eric Kehr
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Member Since
Sept. 15, 2015
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Bridge Player
about me

Club player in the UK. My good results at the local clubs say a lot more about the standards locally than they do about my own modest skills.

United Kingdom

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The Next Step
These irregularities may be an integral part of the game as it is currently played, but they are not there by design. If Bridge had always been played on tablets and you thought of the idea of using actual bits of cardboard, would you be touting the possibility that people ...
The Next Step
Playing on BBO seems just as social to me as playing f2f and there’s just as much banter. In fact there’s even more banter.
The Next Step
I have these definitions. Follow suit: what you do when you follow suit Discard:what you do when you don’t follow suit (and don’t trump) Signal:what meaning, if any, is attached to the card you play Suppose someone throws away a card in another suit but there ...
The Next Step
Presumably defense lawyers.
The Next Step
I am in England and I never realised that "signalling" does not include "discarding". How does one learn of these things?!
It's About Time
I don’t mind slow players too much. What I can’t stand is slow players who also waste time on non-essentials, thus slowing things down even more. Age or infirmity is no excuse for that sort of time-wasting.
My second ATB
Can disagree with many of the bids, but 3NT is terrible, IMO. Partner is very likely 54 in the reds to pass originally but then scrape up a 2H bid. The other main possibility is 46 in the majors. Once opps bid to 3, South can be certain there ...
Could this happen in top-level bridge...?
It's not clear to me why doing things to make other people happy is better than doing things to make myself happy. Presumably if I do the latter, than I am leaving it to someone else to make me happy.
Could this happen in top-level bridge...?
Because you have to spend your life doing something, and what can I actually do to help cure cancer, or make us safe from nuclear attack, or even make my mother happy, for that matter?
It's About Time
You notice the money lost if habitual slow players leave the game; you don’t notice the money you never get from people who can’t bear to play in games with a lot of slow players.
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