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Mike Ma
Mike Ma
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July 8, 2010
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A question on precision 1!D opening
Can't answer that without knowing what responder bid was.
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
Eugene, I think it is impossible to talk about sexism in bridge and whether men have intrinsic superiority in bridge without talking about how it is in the general society.
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
Women working has a detrimental effect on American family because men refused to do their share. So ending slavery has a detrimental effect on plantation and African Americans are to blame?
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
Rod, I did not call you a pig before, and I won't now. But I will say you sound like the animal that Ned Beaty was asked to make sounds of in the movie Deliverance.
An Offense After a Standard Flannery Defense
The best way to stop psychic 2 is to double them for penalty.
An Offense After a Standard Flannery Defense
3m is forcing. Given hand? Choose between X and 3N.
An Offense After a Standard Flannery Defense
Not sure what the problem is. X = penalty. You have to be able to punish opponent for their stupidity/gall. P = NF. Opener has already described his hand, so unless it is something unusual, eg, 4540, he will pass too. 3S = GF raise in H. Too strong and/or too ...
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
You are so correct. Think of the young studs who stayed at a NY townhouse to hone their Bridge skills and credentials. Can you imagine girls doing that? It surely does not have anything to do with how well they can rotate 3D objects in their brains.
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
That is because we focus on sexism that is damaging, and mostly not just to an individual but also have broader societal effects. However, a simple example of sexism with men as targets is laughing derisively at a male homemaker, whether the person laughing is male or female.
Why are men more successful at bridge than women?
"It applies to both gender.". What about that sentence is difficult to understand?
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