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Cannot, or will not?

#1 User is online   smerriman 

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Posted 2019-June-21, 03:04


Not only did the opponents let me play in 1 undoubled, they were kind enough to let me make it.
Feel free to send me a friend challenge of any format as often as you like. I'll always accept :)
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Posted 2019-June-21, 08:49

Well defended by GIB. No revokes and no random underplays. Can't ask for more than that.
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Posted 2019-June-21, 08:57

Reminded of Boris Schapiro's comment on a 6N contract, which made when the player on lead with 2 aces didn't double and didn't lead an ace...
If he didn't intend to lead an ace, he was quite right not to double :)
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Posted 2019-June-22, 03:21

jack used to have trouble with this auction and almost lost a world championship many years ago over it. It now has forcing passes hard coded on these sort of sequences so that it can't pass.
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