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Brett Kunin
Brett Kunin
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Member Since
June 16, 2012
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Bridge Player
about me

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

Country
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
brettnj
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Advancing Partner's 1N Overcall
For those who play that 3h is invitational with both majors, and 3s forcing with both majors (at least 5/5), I would definitely bid 3s. If partner likes his hand for a major suit, he could cue bid a minor suit Ace; otherwise, he bids 3n without 3-card support ...
Jump Shift Question
David: I do apologize - I forgot that the general rules of the ACBL in regard to bidding in contract bridge do not apply to you.
Contacting ACBL Customer Service
Robert & Michael: I really think Steve & Ray summed it up --you both miss the point. When there is a 40% layoff in a staff of 69 full-time personnel in Horn Lake, and those remaining are generally dedicated to resolving issues of on-line bridge, you want instant customer service???
Jump Shift Question
David: You really MISS the point, completely. Did you see Kit Woolsey's comment? If any call is SO FAR outside the norm that an opponent would not generally understand its meaning, it generally requires an alert. What you would prefer as to whether there should be an alert system ...
Jump Shift Question
I totally agree with Henry. In a standard bidding system, such a bid CANNOT be passed. If it is less than that, such an unusual treatment UNCONDITIONALLY requires a "self-alert" in an ACBL game (and even if not an ACBL game, it should be alerted in the interest of full ...
4SF question
I am afraid I disagree with all of the above assessments. My first priority is to show a spade stopper, which I would do with any MINIMUM hand. I use this bid to show 4 spades, and at least a king better than a minimum, since I could be forcing ...
13,000 Table Online ACBL Regional
Ed: that is easy - we need more quality female bridge-players
13,000 Table Online ACBL Regional
Victor: my sincere congrats on getting your boys into bridge so successfully.
13,000 Table Online ACBL Regional
Chris: TY for the timely post. Like Steve, I would be VERY interested in the cost itemization when you learn of it. As a member of the Unit 140 Board that made our opposition to the Motion of D25 before the ACBL Board of Directors known to our District Director ...
Opponents Preempt after Partner's 2!C Opener
David: I detest a point count analysis in a case like this. There is a huge difference between Jxx,xxxx,Jxxx,Qx (which may be absolutely worthless, and Kxx,xx,xx,J9xxx (which in my book, is a hand with 3/4 to 1.25 tricks). For that reason, I ...
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