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Chuck Messinger
Chuck Messinger
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Member Since
July 23, 2012
Last Seen
Aug. 14
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Active player until I became self-employed in the early nineties. 

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1994 World Open Pairs Leader Board
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Peterborough ON Bridge Club
Favorite Conventions
splinters
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Squeezer
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Gold Life Master
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It's silly to restrict membership in this forum as the only people who will view it are those with an interest or questions about procedures. I'm currently the club manager but am giving it up at the end of the month. If there's a problem it lands ...
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: K9643 J93 Q9 AK5
I have to admit I would have bid 3C with my excellent minor suit cards and lousy spades.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: KQ84 QT8 976 K32
Partner overcalled opposite a passed hand vul vs not. Maybe some have AJxxx xx Kxx xxx for 1S but not me. I think this is our hand. If partner opened 1S would you sell out to 3H?
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: AQJ4 98653 T9 KJ
Vs. a very short club we play double is majors, 1N is minors and 2C is natural.
Is there a good reason to declare an overall winner comparing both directions?
The worst one was the original Epson Worldwide Pairs. The overall prizes were nice including a new computer, which in those days (80's), which had a value of around $3,000. The matchpoints were totally slanted towards N-S and all of the high overalls went to N-S. People mused ...
Grand Slam missing the Ace of Trumps - ATB or just Bridge?
Looks like a hand for the Gambling GSF where you bid 5N and have a 2/3 chance partner has the ace. A pair actually played this is in the 70's in Ottawa.
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: Q2 K QJ943 KQ852
It's basically 11-15 Precision on unbalanced or 1S opening hands. 1D opening is sound, not Roth-Stone sound, but not all 11s.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: AQ T85 --- AKQJT987
"Can't do everything" is the key. You either play the cuebid as support or denying support. If you try to do both you are very susceptible to preemptive raises. Here, where I didn't cuebid, 4C followed by 4S isn't 3+ support but a spade card or two ...
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