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Danny Sprung
Danny Sprung
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 23, 2010
Last Seen
20 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning Mixed with Jo, winning my first club game with my grandmother
Regular Bridge Partners
JoAnn Sprung
Favorite Tournaments
Any National. Gold Coast Congress
Favorite Conventions
Transfers over 1 Club, Multi 2 Diamonds
BBO Username
3for3
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Kit: That would be true if the only hands you open 3 with are hands that would open 3 even with a weak 2 available. If there are hands that this partnership will choose 3 that would normally have opened 2, therefore making your range ...
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The first hand, your proper announcement is 'could be short'. When asked, I think the appropriate response is something like 11-15 if balanced, could be lighter with shape. The second hand is clearly no alert, but I would always indicate that no weak 2 was available, when asked about style ...
Assign the Blame -- -530
Two things that add to the trick total: Internal solidity and voids. We have both here.
Assign the Blame -- -530
Because he had Aces in the other side su...oh never mind.
David Caprera's bidding problem: AKx KQJ9 JTx KTx
I could bid 1NT.
Peter Boyd's bidding problem: 4 T93 75 T976542
The more partner doubles, the stronger his hand is, therefore perfect shape becomes less important with each double. ELC or not, what is partner supposed to do with 2452 and 21 HCP?
David Caprera's bidding problem: AKx KQJ9 JTx KTx
Transfers, anybody?
Smoke It Out
I wonder if that 9 was an attempt to 'protect' partner's possible doubleton J. Here it just made life simple, but in reality declarer was always going to finesse for the Jack, even with an 8 card fit.
In The Well: Chip Martel
Chip: How do you like Transfer Walsh? Any insights on it for those who play it already, or those who want to try it?
Chances of Winning a 60 or 64 board match:
A more simple, but somewhat flawed approach: Go back and look at the state of the match after 60 of 64 boards, and see how often it changes in the last 4 boards. The minor flaw is when a player successfully realizes that they are close, but behind, and successfully ...
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