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David Corn
David Corn
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Member Since
Oct. 9, 2014
Last Seen
11 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Barry Crane complimenting me on the play of a hand, oh, so many decades ago.
Favorite Tournaments
Penticton, B.C. Regional
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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If all authorities approved
Still feeling safe in Florida, Monty?
Bad Disclosure (Pass the cheese, I already have the whine)
Regarding the gold card / open book test, I suggest a slight improvement. Open book on the laws portion of the test, CLOSED book on the ethics portion.
anything to see here?
In my 5 decades of playing, this rebid by S doesn't even make the top 50 of suspicious bids I have seen perpetrated. What IS odd about this hand is my remembrances of this fact: When I have been dealt a hand of this quality & have 12 major suit cards, after opening, my partners either rebid 2D or 2C; NEVER do they ...
anything to see here?
1H may have been by design to see if his partner could rebid 1S.
anything to see here?
Ian, just be thankful they found one another, so that you don't have to partner either one of them.
District 7 has decided that the Columbia Regional and the Atlanta Regional are still a go.
"Overwhelmed by a crowd of unmasked customers" - That sounds like a new motto for the mortuary business to me, or at least hospital systems.
District 7 has decided that the Columbia Regional and the Atlanta Regional are still a go.
Arizona speaking here. Not sure if it's worse here or in Texas. Got a spare bedroom up there in Massachusetts I could use for, say, 90 days?
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: QT643 AKQ Q65 74
Unless it leads to the opponents scrambling from 1S into 2 or 3 Diamonds. After all, with the information given, you are outcarded 23-17 & they do have eight Diamonds between them.
Ned Kohler's bidding problem: AT6 AQ872 Q952 2
Tough one. Supposedly, we can make somewhere between 4S & 7S. Bidding 5S now is only wrong if the limit is 4S. On balance, it seems correct to bid. If playing a version of pass/pull, all I have said is debatable, of course.
Daniel Balof's lead problem: Q73 K95 AT87 Q62
Perhaps never a good idea to include the beer card in an opening lead problem. Now down to only 12 options.
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