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Matt Smith
Matt Smith
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Member Since
March 4, 2014
Last Seen
12 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

24. Australian Youth Team 2017/18.

Bridge finals should be played on computers.

Country
Australia

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Meeting Ailsa Peacock
Bridge Accomplishments
1st VCC 2018.
Regular Bridge Partners
Jamie Thompson
Member of Bridge Club(s)
ABF Youth
Favorite Tournaments
Any tournament I play with Jamie Thompson
Favorite Conventions
Transfers and Switch
BBO Username
Skicat
ACBL Ranking
None
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Best name for this squeeze
* Problem 22
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
This trick 2 play has been stuck in my mind for years. ------------ 8 ------------ J 2 ------------ A Q T 7 6 5 2 ------------ K J 4 Q 9 5 3 ------------- K J T 4 A K 6 4 3 ----------- Q T 9 5 ...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
In China they're already playing Sheng Ji (a partnership card game) on computers at the same table and it's broadcast on TV. Seems crazy not to be doing this for Bridge already.
Italian Bidding
Am I allowed pens and cigars?
A Deal for All Your Sides
Our auction on this board: 1H 2C 3H 3S (X) P 3NT diamond control, no spade Ace. 4C 6C all pass, making 13 on a diamond lead. 6H-2 at the other table.
Best name for this squeeze
Nah, from memory its problem 24 I think. ------ void ------ void ------ x ------ T9 void-------- Q void-------- void K ----------- void Ax---------- QJ ------ x ------ 2H (trumps) ------ void ------ K lead in dummy. led and ruffed squeezes east into pitching a club and strips West's KD. KC exit gets the 10 at ...
Best name for this squeeze
The first time I saw this squeeze was in Tim Bourke's book "Maastricht Challenge." (the 2S was a trump, lead in dummy, and East had A9 A and you ruff a diamond back to hand). Kevin Rosenberg and I spent a long time trying to solve one of the ...
You've never seen this - trust me
Amazing
Our game is under threat
Has the FIGB acquitted every cheating Italian pair ever? Just wondering.
Jovana Zoranovic's bidding problem: JT2 K5 AQJ8 AQJ7
What? Oh...
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