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Oct. 19, 2014
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What To Do When Someone Acts on UI?
It's not just the weak players. Recently at our club we had the following auction (I was West) : W............N..........E.........S 1NT.........2D........P.........2H P.............3D 1NT was 11-14. 2D ws natural. South made an illegal announcement "Transfer", and then bid 2H. North with 3 card support ...
A Bridge Swifty
"I was three-suited" said Tom heartlessly.
A Bridge Swifty
Tom belted out "You've hit upon a good topic".
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
We've had this discussion before, and I'm with you Bud. I have also NEVER seen an arrow switch at a tournament. Around here, sectionals always play one session pair games (except for the Sunday Swiss), and always declare overall rankings. On the plus side, the tournament directors, after ...
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
I had never heard this expression either, so I also looked it up. Around here, we say that the person in question needs some butt spackel (that is, he needs to fill in the crack).
Opponents overcall our strong 2!c opening - bidding theory question
I have always played that double was weak, and pass was game forcing with no suit to show. I always thought it didn't matter much either way, but about a year ago (maybe two) I had a hand on which it would have been better to play pass as ...
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
The most likely need is when you've set up a WEB, and an extra pair shows up late.
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
At our club, some object to one winner movements, I have no idea why. However, except for the 4 table Howell, no one winner movement is perfectly balanced, although arrow switching 1/8 of the boards always gives good balance. As to "How do you know who won", in a ...
The Evils of E-W and Sitouts
There are other choices also. Mitchells are fine for 3, 5, 7, 9, and 13 tables. Double Weave Mitchells are perfect movements for 4, 8, and 12 tables. Clay movements are perfect movements for 4 or 6 tables. These are all play all two winner movements. The The Double Weave ...
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
My wife and I play a slightly modified version of this, it is an elegant solution that works very well. Basically it allows opener to show a 4 card major at the two level before showing a longer, lower ranking suit at the 3 level. The only downside is that ...

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