[BLML] Agreement or no agreement? That is the question.

Gordon Rainsford gordonrainsford at btinternet.com
Wed Dec 15 11:10:59 CET 2010

I don't know this case, but there was an older one with the same  
principle involving Garozzo and a question of four-card or five-card  
majors, and we had another one in the English Premier League (with  
screens) last season. I thought this was one of those well- 
established pieces of TD training and practice.

Gordon Rainsford

On 15 Dec 2010, at 07:09, Jerry Fusselman wrote:

> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Eric Landau wrote:
>> Yes, at least in the ACBL.  There was a case at an NABC not long ago
>> in which an adjusted score was awarded to a player who had been given
>> an incorrect explanation of his opponents' partnership agreement as
>> to the meaning of a bid by declarer, but one which happened to
>> correctly describe declarer's actual hand, and was able to claim
>> successfully that had he had the correct explanation, notwithstanding
>> that it would have misled him as to declarer's actual holding, he
>> would have chosen a more successful opening lead.
> Does anyone recall which case this was?
> Jerry Fusselman
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