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Danny Sprung
Danny Sprung
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 23, 2010
Last Seen
6 hours 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
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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CNTC Semi-Finals. Four teams remain in the hunt.
There was a 1790 in the US trials today, so kind of easy to figure where 1770 comes from..
USA1 Round of 8, Day 2
It seems that one should play the ask is for the JACK when you have already shown a solid suit, as in this auction.
Invitational or Attempt to Signoff
Craig: You play in a tough game, your opponents always lead the right suit! Also notice that 3D seat couldn't open, 5th seat couldn't over call; the opponents are likely to be balanced too.
Invitational or Attempt to Signoff
Not a big inverted minors fan, but when I do play it, the first question I ask is 'is 2NT forcing?'. FWIW, I prefer NF at match points, F1 at IMPs
USA1 Round of 16, Day 2
Right. I missed a card...
USA1 Round of 16, Day 2
I don't think there is a squeeze even if West fails to break up the communication. West helps guard hearts. In the 4 card ending, East still has an idle club.
A "TYP" Bid
Agreed, Michael. One just needs to have that agreement. Whether 5 to show a second suit is playable, given the fact that slam may be bid of AK is debatable.
A "TYP" Bid
How does a 5 bid that neither shows nor denies a spade control help partner to evaluate their hand? Does it specifically show a second suit?
The books have got to go.... Part II
I believe you were misinformed. I have written to a Senior director for clarification. If you were not misinformed, I will bring this up for immediate change before Toronto.
The books have got to go.... Part II
I spoke with a "Senior Director" from the ACBL. 1. You are allowed to play your own defense. 2. In practical terms, you can just explain it to the opponents. 3. If, for some reason, the opponents want to see it in writing, in theory they could ask you to ...

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