[BLML] both players forget

Ed Reppert blackshoe at mac.com
Wed Aug 13 01:06:02 CEST 2014

On Aug 5, 2014, at 1:02 PM, Robert Frick <rfrick at rfrick.info> wrote:

> N    E     S    W
> 1D  P    3C
> alerted and (eventually) described as criss-cross. The player had  
> forgotten and had a weak jump shift in clubs. But both players agree that  
> 3C is criss-cross and it's on their card. No rectification, right?
> N    E     S    W
> 1D  P    3C   P
>   P
> Today, both players forgot they were playing criss-cross. When asked,  
> North was woken up and answered "criss-cross". Did the opponents receive  
> an accurate description of the Nourth-South agreement? (All the other  
> elements are present for rectification)

Once is coincidence, twice is happenstance, three times is enemy action." Unless these guys have had this problem before, we're still at coincidence.

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