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Eric Kehr
Eric Kehr
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Sept. 15, 2015
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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.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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"A great deal of bridge players".
How would you rule?
Where I play, dummy is generally better off sleeping through the hand rather than watch the butchery taking place at the table.
How would you rule?
Slightly off-topic, but is there any good reason why standard procedure is for declarer to tell dummy what to play, rather than to physically play the cards from dummy? Apart from issues such as arise in the OP, there is surely a huge amount of information leakage overhearable by neighbouring ...
Off the rails again
Wests bidding was fine. East failed to re-evaluate his hand as the auction progressed. He started with a minimum opening hand, but by the end he should be able to see that he could be providing 7 or more tricks for partner who has himself shown more than a minimum ...
Comparable psychology 2
Surely the point of this law is that when partner pictures the set of hands you might have he would reach the same conclusion with or without knowledge of the withdrawn call. That clearly isn't the case here.
Comparable psychology
If your non-psyche meaning of 2 includes some hands that aren't a non-psyche 1 opener, then I don't think it's comparable.
The Cowboy and the Lady
Definitions are important here. I have a degree in mathematics and play a lot of bridge - but I'm not sure I'd categorise myself as a mathematician or a bridge player.
May you bid after partner's hesitation
What you *should* do is try to think about this problem in advance so that if it comes up, you already have your answer. Once LHO passes your double, this (minimum response from partner, opener repeats their suit) is one of the most likely continuations, and it is the most ...
Computer generated laws
Re law 15 - I think I was playing at that tournament.
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