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W J Sund
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July 2, 2010
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Jim Mundy Nails ACBL Online Practice Day 2 with 98.66% Game
I'm revising mine downward. After just 16 boards there are only 2 players at 74% or higher out of 1302 results. There are about 60 players with under 30% who likely won't pay $50 to see that again, so the field will toughen a bit.
What does the 3C bid mean?
All my partnership notes start with versions of - If it's undiscussed then it's a) Natural and b) the weaker of reasonable possibilities. We don't invent 'obvious' interpretations mid-auction. That means we don't have the fun that Marshal Miles had with his partners at the table but ...
Marko KučAn's bidding problem: AQ42 KQ8 A974 Q8
Imps does make it tougher. At rubber or Chicago we'd just bid 7NT then redouble and split the profit with the opponents.
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Hi Jeff, A 'play' or 'bidding' comparison. Large Regional IMP KO. You're in a tag-team where you and Eric are interchangeable with two top 'regional pro' winners. You can choose either -- 1) they bid the hands, then you and Eric play and defend. or 2) You and Eric bid ...
(1m) - 1NT - ( 2m) - ?
1) dbl is neg. rest of sys on. 2) dbl is neg. sys off. Leb variation on.
In the Well: Eddie Wold
How much, if any, do you adjust your system or style toward more bashing and less disclosure when playing matchpoints?
Great sportsmanship at the senior trials
Ed - could you clarify whether that is a "should" or a "must" ?
Great sportsmanship at the senior trials
Since I can never be sure it was unintentional ( they are my eyes and I know where his hand is ) I treat it like UI. "why was I looking?"
In the Well: Geoff Hampson
Switch-hitting. For a 60 board Regional knockout final you must choose between - a) You sit in for the bidding but a strong Regional level player will play the hands you’d declare. b) You sit out for the bidding but then you play the hands they’d declare.
I don't want to win like that - or lose either...
It can't be resolved universally, it's personal. There are those who will lend a ski to a competitor who lost theirs, affecting the result. There are those who won't. Some will take advantage of the accidental sighting of an opponent's Q, some won't. Personal views ...

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