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Frank Pancoe
Frank Pancoe
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 9, 2012
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing with one of Chicago's best players (cousin- in-law) when I was 16.
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning regional KO against "old "guys when I was 25
Favorite Conventions
Not a bidding convention - but obvious shift- when it works its almost as good as you know what
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Paul Hightower's bidding problem: 4 K8632 J86 AJT5
To all the doublers and two heart bidders- how are going to feel when your partner is forced to bid two spades on a five card suit ?
Where did you learn to play bridge?
From parents Goren paperback . Then found duplicate game in Yellow pages. A few years later fell in with Woolsey / Bjerkan/Protko crowd at University of Illinois
Grand National Slams
These hands made for a very useful practice session. Good luck in Toronto, Chicago team!
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: JT83 AQJ A963 52
What is partners double?
Frank Pancoe's bidding problem: x AQx KQJxx AQxx
The 5d bid was made after a hesitation of over one minute
Christina Syrakopoulou's bidding problem: A53 J96 72 JT984
I am puzzled about the 75% vote for pass. Its MP and we have at least 21 HCP and a decent 5 card suit. . How can we be content collecting 50 or 100 defending?
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: 72 J4 AK7 AKJT95
Does 2h show 6? Even if it does, why not rebid the good clubs?
And Another One Bites the Dust
Sorry Clarence Thomas, but THIS was a high tech lynching. Yesterday morning, any blowhard with an internet connection felt the urge to see their words in print. If they had a chance to think before they wrote, they might have wondered why a 67 y/o person at the pinnacle ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: JTxxx x x AQJxxx
This hand is from the second day of the LM pairs. South had AKx Kxxx xxxx xx. The panel agrees North has a pass. Bidding would be especially egregious if there was a BIT by South.
Frank Pancoe's bidding problem: JTxxx Jxx K Axxx
No- 3nt would show xxxxx Axxxx xx x

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