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handviewer displays incomplete bidding and offers no replay

#1 User is offline   mink 

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Posted 2017-December-25, 17:32

This is a hand from the Sunday CvC daylong supplied by myhands. In my Firefox 6 is the last bid displayed, and I cannot replay it.

Btw, I would prefer the genuine handviewer syntax to be used instead of lin, as this makes it easier to change the bidding when experimenting with the hand.
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Posted 2017-December-25, 17:35

Just found the solution: Remove the & in the annotation to 6!
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Posted 2017-December-25, 17:48

If the daylong used the same hands for everybody, I would not complain, but giving this hand only to a small fraction of the players is clearly unfair. Maybe browse through the hands before the tourney starts and remove hands like this manually.
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Posted 2017-December-26, 10:24

View Postmink, on 2017-December-25, 17:32, said:

Btw, I would prefer the genuine handviewer syntax to be used instead of lin, as this makes it easier to change the bidding when experimenting with the hand.

Not sure what this means, LIN is the standard syntax used by handviewer.

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