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Bernie Greenspan
Bernie Greenspan
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Member Since
Sept. 17, 2012
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Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

My parents taught me bridge at the family dinner table when I was six. I played casually for the next 20+ years then joined the ACBL in my late 20s and have slowly but progressively grown more serious about bridge. Now in my mid 60s, I'm more enthusiastic than ever and still working to improve my game. 

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Jack Spear's lead problem: A Q32 Q2 AKT8432
I don't want to get thrown in with the A, so I'll get it out of my hand.
Roman Key Card Queen ask
Spiral scan isn't widely used in the US. Can you point me to a reference? Thanks
Gregory Gauthier's bidding problem: T9853 A9632 T6 5
This depends on your agreements about the negative double. I like to play it as showing specifically 4-4 in the majors.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: AT84 QT975 654 J
I would have doubled 2 instead of bidding 2.
Steve Tyer's bidding problem: K2 AT753 K963 AK
I expect partner to bid 4 as last train with two key cards and the queen of trump.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: Q753 K32 K72 AQT
I like to play that bidding 1 promises at least 4 clubs.
Open Atlanta Discussion Thread
This was a very nice nationals. Many thanks to the organizers and volunteers. The caddies deserve a special mention.
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AQT5 AQ84 KJ98 A
Both 4 and 4 fell like underbids, but I don't see anything better. I think 4 is less likely to lead to a good slam.
David Coles's bidding problem: K987643 --- K9 K762
I play 2 in this position as 12+ to 16hcp and a decent 6 card suit. This is pretty common, but not universal. This hand does have 7 spades and a side 4 card suit, but I don't think it qualifies. I'm not sure what a 3 ...
Max Schireson's bidding problem: AT J83 AKQ75 Q52
My experience in weakish fields is that I'm much more likely to get a good board by picking up a trick in the play than by taking a minority view in the bidding. Therefore, I stick with the field unless I think my minority view is very clearly better ...

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