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Ken Rhodes
Ken Rhodes
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 15, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
(1) A year (1962) of Student Union bridge at University of Maryland (2) St Louis Open Pairs w/Steve Robinson 1963
Bridge Accomplishments
none
Regular Bridge Partners
none
Member of Bridge Club(s)
The Villages Duplicate Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Outer Banks Sectional, Kill Devil Hills, NC
ACBL Ranking
None
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Losing by the slimest of margins
Nick: Players are naturally curious. Alice: Curiouser and curiouser.
Thank you Richard Pavlicek!
That's interesting and illuminating. I had inquired of the ACBL a couple of years ago, and they sent me the precise program reference, but this is the first I knew of the rationale behind the formula. It makes sense, even though I didn't like it. I opened 1NT ...
An Unusual Daily-Double Double from Lyon
I am sad that those various award winners aren't shown as links. Perhaps I'm in a small minority, not knowing where to find them, but I doubt that.
Thank you Richard Pavlicek!
Barry, it's not a side effect of ACBLScore, or any other computer thingy. Rather, it's a side effect of the rule about how scores are to be assigned when a board is not played every round.
Thank you Richard Pavlicek!
Play just this much >||< better?
Anticipatory Responses
I'm puzzled. "Old fashioned Goren" did not use 2 as an artificial strong bid. What are you referring to as the old-fashioned Goren responses?
How would you rule?
Correctamundo! The word "should" in a law does not reduce the status from Law to Suggestion. It merely accommodates the possibility that some deviations from the Law don't have to be followed by invoking a penalty.
BBR13: Italy vs. USA2
Yes, I was thinking that too. I shouldn't think the North hand is so distributional as to warrant ruling out a 3NT landing spot.
Bermuda Bowl RR12: USA2 vs EGYPT
On the first board of the article (board 17) the comment was "West balanced with 2♥ and the Egyptian North sold out." I think that's a little harsh on North. He had one Queen and 4-3-3-3 distribution. The Queen was in the opponents' suit, and he was going to ...
How would you rule?
I may be in a minority here, but irrespective of the rule about "play" having a meaning, I'm absolutely gobsmacked by the laziness of declarers who can't exercise their vocal cords to the extent of calling a specific card EVERY TIME. "Play?" "Low?" "Go up?" What the heck ...
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