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Robert Greene
Robert Greene
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 20, 2016
Last Seen
40 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Director
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Putting together a knockout team specifically designed to be seeded 16th and playing on day 2.
Bridge Accomplishments
Junior master of the year for district 13. Won a regular club open game with Clare. Won a gold rush with Leslie. Won a 499er tournament game with Carole three times in one weekend.
Regular Bridge Partners
Bodacious Bridge Babes, Connie, Leslie.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks.
Favorite Tournaments
Ventura regional. Lompoc sectional.
Favorite Conventions
Natural
BBO Username
robert2734
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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“Could have been aware” - when doesn’t it apply?
He's allowed to lead the jack. Then he draws inference from tempo at his own risk. You know what I love. When a player psyches. Then calls the director over a break in tempo. It isn't sufficient to field a psyche but you have to do it in ...
Restricted Choice - or not?
Congratulation on your outright top. Since the tendencies of BOTH opponents make it a 50-50 decision I am curious what "right" means. I called tails. I made the right call.
Restricted Choice - or not?
Rho is three times more likely to be dealt K9,K8,K7 as KQ. Has anything changed? We’ve identified the spot card as the nine but it’s still 3:1. If righty might have played theQ from KQ but never the 9 from K9 even more so.
“Could have been aware” - when doesn’t it apply?
Notice LHO doesn’t have a bridge problem. Suppose you lead theJ and lho breaks in tempo? Well you the declarer caused this issue. Draw any inference you want but don’t call the director.
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
None of the above? We'll spend a hundred messages on it and never agree.
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
By probable outcome do they want the mode, the mean, or the median?
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
12 C) b) the current law. Did they change it?
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
The non offending side gets the most favorable score at all likely. Not to wade into who should explain what to who.
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
You guy traveled 4374. km to play someone who lives next door.
Is minus 2800 a fair ruling?
Whole bunch of desert with some cities on the coast so I thought I was in d22 again.
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