Message from discussion Your call please
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From: Douglas Newlands <douglas.newla...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Your call please
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 14:10:04 +1000
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On 13/07/12 11:12 AM, richlp wrote:
> Matchpoints in a weak field. Your partner is a visitor to the club.
> All you know about his ability is that he claims to be a good player,
> but not an expert, and that he has two Blue Ribbon qualifications
> within the last two years. For the first 8 boards he has done nothing
> spectacular one way or the other.
> You are vul against not. The opponents are silent and the auction
> Pard You
> P 1C
> 1S 3C***
> 4S ?
> *** If you must, pretend there was a very large person with a gun
> pointed at you who said that he would pull the trigger if you didn't
> bid 3C.
> Now what????
First call the police to remove the dangerous loony with the gun!
Even if 3C is forcing in ACBLland, why wouldn't you bid 2D?
I am going to reach at least 6S so I guess I might as well use rkc
in case there is another lunatic opposite me.