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Brett Kunin
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Member Since
June 16, 2012
Last Seen
Jan. 18
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

semi-retired attorney, living in northern New Jersey; Tournament Chair, NJ Bridge League (Unit 140)

United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Winning KO and Swiss in same NYC regional
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Shrine Bridge Center, Livingston, NJ
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Comparable call
John Mc: Although 4s might be a comparable call, I do believe it would depend on the Conv. Card and system that you play. With many partners, I play NAMYATS, and open 2c with a hand with 9+ tricks and a long one-loser major. With those partners, I think the ...
YBTJ-spade game missed?
Len: If partner has a good hand with the K-d, 3n rates to be superior to 3n.
YBTJ-spade game missed?
Len: I filled in yesterday at the club, and my partner, Jesse Reisman, also opened 2s with that hand (not an action I would have taken). After my 2n, partner bid 3s (no feature), and I raised to game, as I couldn't have imagined that he didn't have ...
District 8 Georgia Heth Elected ACBL President
Although the position is more "ceremonial" than substantive, I have had the opportunity to interact with our new President when she chaired a Disciplinary Appeal before the ACBL, when I represented our Unit (140, central NJ). I found her to be extremely intelligent, very knowledgeable about the subject matter, and ...
RIP Ken Cohen
Rich: I do agree that Ken will be missed. I found it absolutely amazing how he could win with some of his students (many of whom could barely follow suit). Although I never got to play against Barry Crane, Ken was, by far, the best matchpoint player against whom I ...
Opening 1N with a singleton Ace
Pass - partner has already denied a major, and unless he/she bid 1n with a good 10, game is unlikely
Opening 1N with a singleton Ace
I think Cornelia, earlier, made a good point that with 4-4 in the majors, there is no need to open 1N with a singleton minor suit ace, as you can pattern out; I would never do so with a major suit singleton. I reserve opening 1n with a minor suit ...
RIP Harold Feldheim
Harold was indeed a character, but he always had a good joke to tell, and was a great family man, caring deeply for his children and grandchildren. We played as teammates several times at east coast regionals, and I was proud to have called him a friend. He will be ...
Bridge World Standard: Does Anyone Actually Play It?
Chris: Usually every 4th or 5th regional I attend, I "run into" two good Flight A players who have never played together, and, rather than argue endlessly about "systems", agree to play BWS -- more power to them. Quite frankly, I believe many of the last two series of amendments to ...
Overcall with weak suit?
Gary: I am in complete agreement with your first paragraph.

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