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Should north bid?

#1 User is offline   jammen 

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Posted 2017-December-24, 14:06

We missed our heart grand.My link
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Posted 2017-December-24, 15:30

Yes. Ouch. Not much more to say :huh:
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 2017-December-24, 16:27

LOL at North's pass.
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Posted 2017-December-25, 16:26

I am staring at the scoring and cant believe 4d -2 was a next to top :))))))))))))
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Posted 2017-December-26, 10:24

View Postgszes, on 2017-December-25, 16:26, said:

I am staring at the scoring and cant believe 4d -2 was a next to top :))))))))))))

It wasn't. Those are my scores for the six hands I had played. I wish they had duplicate scoring for Bridge 4. I also wish someone knew how that game is scored. It makes no sense, unless I have a glitch happening in my system. For instance, I'll play four hands and get a cumulative score over a thousand on the leaderboard, then play four more hands where I rack up some games and watch my leaderboard score drop to 128. Why isn't there an explanation of the game somewhere, either on that web site or in this forum?
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Posted 2017-December-26, 13:56

That was a trap pass that worked to perfection :) It certainly trapped partner :D
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