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David Yates
David Yates
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2010
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Tried to follow "Mom's First Rule of Bridge" since I started learning this game.  ("No one cares if you are good or bad, don't be slow")

I walk the dogs a lot - just not in the bidding.  Do not get to the NABCs or Trials enough because life interferes with bridge.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Tournaments
Any big team KO. Trials, Vandy, Spingold. ("And summer's lease hath all too short a date")
Favorite Conventions
Ones partner actually understands
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Bridge Winners is Depressing
What I know about the club finesse is not whether it works or fails, but that I do not need it. There is no useful discard. So a winning hook only matters if RHO has Jxxx because they cannot tap you. But if you are worried about the tap ...
Bridge Winners is Depressing
I didn't think I did either :)
How do you play this bid?
It is a support-X with three-card support for partner's pass. The other ten cards should be useful. For me, this is a good 4-6 hand.
What is 4!C?
Without agreement, I would assume partner meant it as natural. But I prefer a cue with agreement.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AQ92 KJT9853 98 ---
I am not sure that I want to shoot out 4 and see what happens. This is because if it goes P-P-4-P, I am winning. But if LHO makes any other call, things probably wont work out so well because this hand is not good enough to open ...
Bridge Winners is Depressing
That's OK. I blame that typo on the editor, Eugene :)
Bridge Winners is Depressing
@David, is there an English translation of this American vernacular?
Bridge Winners is Depressing
Card him! (Appears <21!)
Bridge Winners is Depressing
Beer him! (7)
Maybe that explains why I have old scorecards all over the place.

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