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Dick Vatter
Dick Vatter
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Member Since
Aug. 7, 2013
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22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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Gold Life Master
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World class is actturate. They get some wrong also. If you doubt his credentials, I think I could arrange a meaningful stake rubber bridge game with me and him vs you and your favorite pd. Let us know where when and the stakes
I was east. I felt only game would depend on spade fit. Didn't think I would languish in 1S if that existed. At my second turn, I had a world class player on my left and thought bidding 4H would be much more likely to help him than my ...
The cue bid as a limit raise
Assuming I am the fried, I didn't think this was t auction. That said I've been wrong before. If I argued 2S promised hearts, I,must have been smoking some good stuff.
Sorry my first attempt at an ATB posting. Will try to do better in the future. Thanks for the input
The double of 1S showed 3 hearts
RIP John Potter
John your bridge was better than your bourbon, but I enjoyed both. You will be fondly remembered
Michael Seamon (1960-2017)
I wish I had known him better, but he always behaved the way I wish all experts would at the table. I would leave beaten and bloody but not sad. He was a pleasure to play against.
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: ATx K762 K5 A964
Pass can certainly avoid a small loss, but can it bring much gain. 3D could result in a small loss, vut if ps judges to vid 3N, I expect it to make.
You Judge - The Whole "Whole Story"?
Not many of us have beaten those players. If, in fact, the McHenry did and was cheated out of their victory, it is a tragedy.
Ryan Daniels's bidding problem: QJ97 A3 QJ7 QJ53
This hand doesn't look very great, but my agreement is that 4S denies an outside ace. I do play mom-serious 3N. Great help in these situations

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