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Frances Hinden
Frances Hinden
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Member Since
May 27, 2014
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Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'm based near London, England and fit as much bridge as I can round my day job working in corporate treasury. I'm also vice-chairman of the EBU Laws & Ethics Committee. I play a complex system but find defence and declarer play more interesting than 'assign the blame' bidding problems.

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United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Twice winner of the British Gold Cup and the Camrose, won the English Premier League and the Spring Foursomes. I sometimes play on the English Open team and reached the QF of the 2016 Olympiad
Regular Bridge Partners
Graham Osborne, Jeffrey Allerton
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Wimbledon
BBO Username
Finch
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None
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♠AQJ4 ♥86 ♦75 ♣AK642 revisited -- subtitled: I'm only here for the beer.
Is there a double missing?
The Hardest Contract
East has 14 cards
Bidding-practice webapp
Nice that you have taken the time to build it, but the BBO web client provides all of this. The take-out double functionality doesn't work, because it forces North to double. I just get to take a large penalty every time, or play in 1 of the opening bid ...
2!D opening
If your 'opening strength' option is 13+ HCP you can play it in quite a lot of English events (level 5)
2!D opening
I can't see why I'd ever want to play the old school Precision 2 in a standard system. As others have said, it's not a particularly good method itself, but it makes bidding after a 1 and 2 opening much easier, so is only ...
Director call vs. fun
Some director calls are fun. I remember playing in the Open Europeans once, there were a few TD calls on the first round. The question was generally along the lines of "do I have to specify which card the Joker is now, or can I wait until the end of ...
2!D opening
Depends on the rest of my system In one partnership I play it as weak, but nothing resembling 6-11 HCP In another I play it in some seats as both majors, at least 5-4, about 9-12 HCP So 'none of the above' in both cases
Keycard Responses to 2NT
After 2NT - 4M, you want opener to be able to bid 4NT to play.
Just a neat deal from junior practice
not ducking the club return
meaning of a bid
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