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John Larkin
John Larkin
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Sept. 5, 2016
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Your UI ruling?
Come on guys....we're all concerned about the vigilantes being a bit over-zealous in their approach to ch&@ting; now you come up with your rather worrying plans for us slow-coaches.... MRosenberg will probably extrapolate some exponential punishment for slow ch&@ting
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
PT: I suppose Avon's hypothesis is that the Blue Team were using extraneous signals as part of their bidding system - not that their actual bids didn't mean anything. So when Avarelli "denies" three spades with his bid, partner might believe him.
Hold on a minute
Tricky math(s)
Your UI ruling?
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Hold on a minute
West could not have seen card, so it is not exposed. In that regard, the fact that South saw it is irrelevant. It would be the same as catching a glimpse in East's hand. It has no bearing - any more than one would allow East to shout out a ...
What is the true source of this deal?
When one says "ducked", I have always taken it to mean that the player could have won/tried to win trick, but didn't. Is that the case?
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
But it seems to assume that you are guilty.
Do What Is Possible, Not What Is Easy
Indeed. It may be that going into the constitutions of the ACBL, EBL etc. and carefully amending them so that all of the stipulations, penalties etc. that you would like to have been there in writing are now there in writing will be enough. The main problems with courts is ...
You're right. So right. Just absolutely right! (Superceding the point). And minuscule may well be a strong adjective...
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
Weirdly, to the layman, it's the opponents' bidding in hands 99 and 100 that I find odd. Like which South hand to open a diamond, and when to leave in a take-out double.
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