We had 36 players participate in the May 2019 edition of It’s Your Call, Victoria!
For the third time, Don Copeland came in first, this time with a score of 470 points (out of a possible 500). He must be doing something right. He will receive a free game, valid at local clubs, courtesy of Unit 431.
To see all results, scroll to the bottom of this page (after Comments).
If you would like to see what the experts bid on these deals, look in the June 2019 Bridge Bulletin (page 40). The e-version should be available around June 3 (logon to MyACBL on ACBL‘s website). The print edition usually arrives in your mailbox during the first week of the month.
The June 2019 edition of It’s Your Call, Victoria is now posted on the website. All Unit 431 members in good standing may participate. Click here to play the June game.
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- David Todd: 4H – Pass is too dangerous. I’ll pass 4S, tough problem.
- bill birney: 3N – fast arrival to 3NT denies S stopper(s), and lack of heart suit, so shows preference for either minor, perfect.
- David Todd: 3S – I would have raised the first time. Partner may have a spade stopper, even KJx
- David Todd: 3N – No pussyfooting. the hand might be too good.
- Tony Farr: 5N – Grand slam force with 2 of top 3 diamonds
- James Macdonnell: 4C – If North answers with zero or one ace, sign off in 4 Spades. If he has both missing aces, go to slam.
- alison campbell: 4S – seems like a possible game in spades is more likely than diamonds.