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Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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Cupertino California, son of Debbie and Michael Rosenberg, "aspiring" bridge player who plays too much on BBO without learning a lot probably

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Why don't DBL?
I don't know firsthand, but I believe N thought they had 12 HCP when they opened.
All Four Suits
there's a weird typo at trick 7 on the diagram on page 6. The 7s is played from dummy instead of the 7c
Andrew Sinclair's bidding problem: KJ AQ72 AKJ65 Q9
A question is whether we ever wont play 7n. However I'm not sure we ever can easily. If over 5n, partner bids 6h... he could hold AQ10xxx Kx x AJxx. There the spade grand seems better. If partner bids 6c, we can similarly give AQ10xxx Jx x AKxx. Both ...
2nd round dbl by advancer
It shows a competitive hand with 4 hearts. Doubler likely wouldn't pass except maybe if 3-3 in the reds...
Flipping for Winning
Ed, obviously quoting a law as reason why I should in general be obligated to follow all the laws is somewhat circular.
Flipping for Winning
I think you replied to the wrong person, but at any rate, see my newest comment. Basically my point is if you have a valid reason for not wanting to follow a rule, you don't have an obligation in the same way a director does. In your example, I ...
Flipping for Winning
Yu, I agree it depends on the rule, but I don't think players have a GENERAL obligation to uphold the rules in the same way a director does. The reason your example seems so convincing is because the particular rule-breaking you cited is pretty evidently intentionally "bad" behavior irrespective ...
Flipping for Winning
agreed though I think one has a moral obligation to do the job they are getting payed to do, so it comes down to the same thing for me mostly.
Which last train
the answer is you have to more carefully define "the only suit left to control bid" But I assume what you mean is either a suit has been bypassed, or the other suits have all been control bid. In this case, neither of these has happened, so 4d would be ...
Flipping for Winning
I'd argue a player has no moral obligation to uphold the rules in the same way a director does. Sure, collusive cheating seems morally wrong regardless of the rules, but I don't see why if a player thinks, within reason, that a rule is wrong, why they can ...
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