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Interesting points By Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 28 November, 2016

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This deal from the second final session of the Nail Life Master Open Pairs produced numerous points of technical and practical applications.

Bergen And Jump (Limit And Preemptive) Raises By Brent Manley

By Barry Rigal • 14 November, 2016

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Bergen raises became popular in the 80s and are now widely played. They let you make pre-emptive, mixed and limit raises efficiently, though they seem to commit…

Serious and Non-serious 3NT By Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 9 November, 2016

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This brings us to one of the more important patches that 2/1 requires. When in my youth I first read about these methods, Edgar Kaplan remarked that the problem with game-forcing sequences was…

Slam-oriented auctions: Gadgets and Gizmos By Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 8 November, 2016

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Major-suit jumps to the five-level: This subject was first covered in detail by Alan Hiron in Bridge Magazine 40 years ago…

When Blackwood is not enough Part II By Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 26 July, 2016

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Following completion of the transfer, a jump in your own major at your second turn is a mild slam try, showing a …

When Blackwood is not enough By Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 20 July, 2016

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Everyone knows that the ace-asking inquiry named after Easley Blackwood is usually initiated by a call of 4NT. We have all had disasters when

Barry’s Bridge Problems II by Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 7 July, 2016

David Stern, Barry Rigal y Brent Manley

When this hand was originally published a few years ago, the author asked every East-West pair …

Barry’s Bridge Problems

By Barry Rigal • 21 January, 2016

David Stern, Barry Rigal y Brent Manley

Today’s deal is all about counting.

Have You Discussed? – Jump Openings, Overcalls and Responses by Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 3 October, 2015

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I’m guessing the majority of partnerships play weak twos and weak-jump overcalls, without specifically discussing what the constraints on a jump overcall are.

Have You Discussed? – Passed Hand Bidding by Barry Rigal

By Barry Rigal • 30 September, 2015

David Stern, Barry Rigal y Brent Manley

It stands to reason that bidding by a passed hand must be different to action by an unpassed hand. Have you discussed the following positions?