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Short Club openning in Natural system(C2+) and Transfer Walsh response

#1 User is offline   dekalog 

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Posted 2018-October-31, 02:30

Hello all,
As you know the transfer walsh-style response to short club opeeing in natural system as follows,
1(2+)-?
1=>4+
1=>4+
1=>4+ or 5+ or No M4,etc
I wonder if transfer walsh response meet the restrictions of the ACBL general convention chart?
Thank you for kind answer.
Abehymann
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#2 User is online   Stephen Tu 

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Posted 2018-October-31, 06:32

GCC not legal, but ACBL is switching to new charts next month and you will be able to use responses in "open/open+" events.
https://www.acbl.org...nd-regulations/
New charts 2018-11-22
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Posted 2018-October-31, 20:34

Thank you Stephen.
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Posted 2018-October-31, 21:25

I saw a post on bridgewinners by Barry Rigal as follows,
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GF relays in Transfer Walsh
by Barry Rigal June 5
I'd be interested in checking with ther world at large who play transfer-walsh.

There is basically no 'standard' so sooner or later someone (hopefully not me) will feel obliged to start collecting methods.

So... hands up anyone who

1) plays a GF relay over a two-card 1♣ opener (1♠ or 1NT?)

2) plays a relay of sorts over 1♣-1♦-1♥

3) plays a relay after 1♦-1NT (or 1♦-2♣ I suppose).

Thanks!
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But,I could not read the answers,who can help me with that?
I am interested with these answers too.
Thanks,
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Posted 2018-November-01, 02:09

Ten years ago I blogged about my implementation of transfer walsh at https://thebeercard....sfer-walsh.html

We still play something like this, although all the two-level responses have changed, 1 is a limited hand with no major, and 1NT is a game-forcing relay. We also use 1NT as a game-forcing relay over 1 too.

It is worth looking up the notes of Auken-Welland to see their implementation of similar methods.
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Posted 2018-November-01, 08:38

View Postdekalog, on 2018-October-31, 21:25, said:

There is basically no 'standard' so sooner or later someone (hopefully not me) will feel obliged to start collecting methods.

If you are talking about a relay method after 1m for a "standard" that people will play with casual partners, I think this is impossible. Methods are far too complex for anyone but dedicated partnerships.

If you are talking about a "standard" transfer method after 1 then I expect a simple basic one might emerge, but there are so many possibilities that most partnerships will be rolling their own.
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Posted 2018-November-01, 13:29

View PostfromageGB, on 2018-November-01, 08:38, said:

If you are talking about a "standard" transfer method after 1 then I expect a simple basic one might emerge, but there are so many possibilities that most partnerships will be rolling their own.

I agree. I will only play transfer walsh with my regular partner and juniors who I am mentoring and have stolen my notes. Playing it with anyone else is just a disaster waiting to happen.
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Posted 2018-November-02, 00:00

Thank you Paul.
I failed to open your linkage "the Beer Card".would you please copy and paste your blog to us?
Thank you once again,
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Posted 2018-November-04, 23:40

You might be interested in this: http://bridge.mgoetze.net/21twalsh.pdf
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Posted 2018-November-05, 03:33

View Postdekalog, on 2018-November-02, 00:00, said:

Thank you Paul.
I failed to open your linkage "the Beer Card".would you please copy and paste your blog to us?
Thank you once again,

To be honest I'm lazy and it would need some reformatting to put it here. Try this link (without the https:)

thebeercard.blogspot.com/2008/09/transfer-walsh.html

or go to thebeercard.blogspot.com and search for transfer walsh.
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