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Jeff Ford
Jeff Ford
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Member Since
Jan. 8, 2011
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11 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

I recently completed six years on the Board of Directors for the Seattle Bridge Unit. I am on the ACBL Board of Governors and the Competitions and Conventions Committee. I also help manage and direct a once-a-week bridge club on Mercer Island. And occasionally I find time to play bridge too. Smile

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United States of America

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BBO Username
jeffford76
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Defending a “psych”
Is that common? I would never have imagined 2NT turning on forcing passes.
How Not To Fill Out a Convention Card Part 1
You should post hands like this as a bidding poll first without mentioning the UI. That will usually give you insight into what you should do with the UI.
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: 97653 J4 A63 AK5
If you cue bid partner will follow up with 3. I'm not going to make another bidding poll for that, but curious about what people would do next. I'm also curious how high you think you are forcing with the cue bid.
Your call
Also, congratulations on winning the event.
Your call
You have inadvertently chosen the poll style that only allows answering one of your two questions. Might want to edit it while there is time.
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: JT953 K2 T53 J73
I think this hand has more tricks in spades even knowing partner only has 2-3 of them.
My favorite hand from Memphis
I held the south hand and doubled on the same auction. Of course partner thought I was void in spades looking at her hand and led that. I unblocked the king under the ace and weirdly declarer played a second spade. Partner didn’t have too much trouble finding my ...
Michael Christensen's bidding problem: AKxx KQxx Jxx xx
Amusingly we set a gambling 3NT yesterday because my partner didn't know the "lead an ace" rule. He ended up underleading an ace through dummy's KJ suit which was the only hope of beating it since we only had 4 top tricks.
Open Memphis Discussion Thread
I never understood the move of the Red Ribbon Pairs. It was perfectly situated just before the NAP B/C's.
Eric Sieg's bidding problem: KT6 98 JT KQ9752
Isn't 2NT a relay to clubs, not a transfer? If you bid again after it you aren't showing clubs.
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