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Henrik Johansson
Henrik Johansson
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March 27, 2013
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EBL Tournament Director

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Bad Claim Case from San Francisco
In claim cases weighted scores is absolutely forbidden.
Comparable call?
A sequence of calls (lebensohl and then cuebid-stayman) can never be a comparable call. The first call itself must be comparable. I don't know how many times I've been having this discussion. The law (23A2) does not care about a subset of hands. The law only cares about ...
Comparable call?
Then he will ask what will call a show now, and call b, and call c and so on for every call the player might want to make. The player is entitled to know if his next call will bar his partner or not and it's the TD's ...
Comparable call?
One could argue that since stayman shows at least 0 points and at least 0 cards in each suit, all calls are a subset.
Comparable call?
Not at all, the TD takes the player away from the table, asks what he intended to show by his call, asks what calls the players thinks are comparable in there methods and the TD will either agree it's comparable or not. So when the player returns to the ...
Comparable call?
Then they are doing it wrong. The players must know what effects his choice will have before he makes it.
Comparable call?
No the TD will tell the player who made the IB wich calls are comparable before the player makes his choice.
Comparable call?
The comparable call concept has been around for 12 years now. Amazing it worked for the first 10 years and then became nonsense.
Comparable call?
If the call has the same purpose, strength and shape is irrelevant.
Director Ruling, Good, Bad or Ugly
So you should first be allowed to see your partners action and then make up your mind?
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