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Apr
23
comment How can I play games with closed information with players who cheat?
Interesting answer. Welcome to the site. An upvote to get you started.
Mar
17
comment In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
Let's say my hand is (s) AKJxxx (h)AQx (d) Ax (c) Ax (basically a "minimum" for 2c. Even if my partner has Kxxxx of hearts, we're probably better off in my suit than his, unless he DOESN'T have xx or better in spades. And if his Kxxxx or even Kxxxxx is opposite my two weaker suits, we're better off in two spades.
Mar
14
reviewed Approve Countering cards played with flashback
Mar
8
accepted In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
Mar
6
comment In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
@KarlKnechtel:The BASIC requirement is at least 6 cards and 22 points (as I understand it). This can be modified to 5 cards and 25 HCPs, or 7 cards and 19 HCPs (trading potential "trumps" for HCPs at the ratio of 1 to 3).
Mar
5
comment In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
What do you play/recommend?
Mar
5
comment In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
OK, then following your suggestion, ANY bid other than 2d shows 9+ points, right? Are you worried about partner bidding "your" suit and exposing your hand? Or is 31 HCPs and 11 trumps a "dream" situation, regardless?
Mar
5
asked In Bridge, what are “proper” responses to a “strong” 2 club bid?
Feb
14
answered What are the order of actions in Monopoly?
Feb
13
comment Should I Use A “Negative Double” Over a Possible “Short Club” Bid And Overcall in Bridge?
+1 for providing probability distributions. Now I can estimate the chances of getting a 3- or 4-card club suit from partner, times the likely "penalties," to compare a raise to 2C with other alternatives.
Feb
13
answered What happens when a deal is passed out in Duplicate Bridge Tournaments?
Feb
11
revised In Monopoly, Is it OK for a third party to make a trade with a player who is about to lose?
amplification
Feb
9
answered In Monopoly, Is it OK for a third party to make a trade with a player who is about to lose?
Feb
8
revised Which property group colour gives the best ROI , undeveloped or fully developed, in Monopoly?
amplification
Feb
7
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
2
comment Second line invasion of two-space extension
@KarlKnechtel: I agree, white's position isn't great. But black's is worse, running on the second line, the "line of defeat." "It's all relative."
Feb
2
awarded  Excavator
Feb
2
comment Lasting games in the past century
@ErikP.: edited the question by changing "deep" to "lasting." "Deep" is subjective; "lasting" can be measured objectively, and I have voted to reopen this question as edited.
Feb
2
revised Lasting games in the past century
Changed references to "depth" to "lasting."
Feb
1
awarded  Fanatic