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Jeff Halle
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Jan. 13, 2012
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Silver Life Master
Jeff Halle - Witold Palosz
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Jeff Halle - Sorina Negulescu
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Jeff Halle - Charlie Hage
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USBC Fantasy Bracket Tiebreaker
For next year, maybe. For this year, a 5-way tie. You can’t change the CoC in the middle of the contest. Whoever is the fantasy administrator should have thought about it before the contest started.
What did you guys defined this double ?
Not only is it quarky, it’s strange.
Missed Opportunity
Phil, I missed that. :(
Reverses
Not likely. That doesn’t seem to be an alertable treatment. And you could have asked.
Missed Opportunity
Or you can take the near 100% line, assuming east has two diamonds, by playing to throw west in with the 4th diamond.
Bridgemates: Rules and Etiquette
Bud, is your game really that clueless? I encounter an incorrect declarer once every year or two. I’m not including a N/S or E/W switch, but even those are rare. The last one I remember was a couple years ago when a player had the wrong side ...
Merrimac Coup
I don’t think it’s all that rare. I’m no expert, but I’ve done it at least a couple times, and I’ve had it done to me a couple times. And that’s mostly in club games. But it’s still a nice play.
Bridgemates: Rules and Etiquette
You should make your lead or put down dummy before writing in your scorecard or entering in the Bridgemate. It’s simply common courtesy. And it saves time. In fact, my club has that request posted. I suppose if west is thinking about his lead, north could start entering, but ...
Slam frequency
Rosenkranz covered this in his books. Look up Confi or Confit for some tools.
Double ruff and discard
I vaguely remember this play from one of the first ACBL bulletins I received. That would make it around1970. I believe it was s story about an intergalactic tournament.
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