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answered What can the dummy player do in Bridge?
Oct
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Oct
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comment What can the dummy player do in Bridge?
This is the answer for serious players, but note that 'The Laws of Duplicate Bridge' do not apply to anyone playing Rubber Bridge, let alone somebody just learning the game.
Oct
7
comment What is the point in disclosure of the bidding system to opponents?
@PieterGeerkens: Thanks, I really did not know that. It doesn't, however, apply in Britain: ebu.co.uk/laws-and-ethics/blue-book. Perhaps 'suggested defenses' may be required but 'suggested defences' are not? :)
Oct
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answered In bridge,should a responder devalue her hand if short in opener's suit?
Oct
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comment What is the point in disclosure of the bidding system to opponents?
@qble: There may be a misunderstanding here. You are required to disclose how you defend against specified conventions (since that involves you making artificial bids) but not how other people can/should defend against yours.
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reviewed Satisfactory What general approach should be taken opening hands with 3=1=4=5 and 1=3=4=5 shape?
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comment Is a deck with extra aces more beneficial to a dealer, or a player?
Surely the house has the same increased odds of a blackjack? If a house blackjack beats any hand, this would work against the player.
Jun
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comment Bidding game (simple SAYC)
The partnership appears to have a 10-card diamond fit and 26-28 points; enough for 5D, surely?