[BLML] a new sort of claim

Alain Gottcheiner agot at ulb.ac.be
Fri May 21 11:46:57 CEST 2010


Grattan a écrit :
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> From: "olivier.beauvillain" <olivier.beauvillain at wanadoo.fr>
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> Subject: Re: [BLML] a new sort of claim
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> we did the same in our french translation :
> "contestant" became "joueur" (player)
> we didn't think that's dummy can claim,
> he is a player ...
> so may be we have to change somthing in our next version ...
> Olivier Beauvillain
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> +=+ Dummy, however, is subject to the limitations in
> Law 43. For clarity and convenience this might perhaps
> have been reiterated in the claims law, but it applies
> anyway.
AG : dummy may not ask about the bidding, but sometimes he does. Dummy 
may not claim, but sometimes he does. What's the difference ?



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