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Jeff Halle
Jeff Halle
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Member Since
Jan. 13, 2012
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

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ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Mechanical error
If my RHO pulls out a bid and other cards from the box go flying, I always wait a few seconds after everything gets back in order to ask, "Is that what you meant to bid?" Every so often the answer is, "No."
Karel de Raeymaeker's bidding problem: AJTxx xxx x 98xx
NV that certainly is a mandatory third seat 2 opening. Vul, not so much, but I probably would have, too.
Karel de Raeymaeker's bidding problem: xx xx xx KQT8xxx
I'll either bid 1 or I'll dbl, whichever will bar partner :)
Curoiser and curioser...
A song by teeny-bopper group Hanson about 20 years ago: Mmmbop, ba duba dop Ba du bop, ba duba dop Ba du bop, ba duba dop Ba du, yeah And it only gets worse from there :)
Curoiser and curioser...
Well, it is better than listening to "Mmm Bop."
Optimistic Slam
We're pretty much in agreement, but the strip squeeze I speculated about might have something where someone had to come down to the stiff A in order to keep other guards, so a low diamond out of hand after running trumps would set up the K, or maybe the ...
Optimistic Slam
David, you filled in the details of the line I had in mind. As for the squeeze, I didn't try to work it out, I just saw that it might be a possibility. Note, I was thinking of a strip squeeze, where I would give up a trick late ...
Optimistic Slam
East wins his ace and gives west a club ruff. Better to win the K, draw two rounds of trump, club to the ace, then eventually lead the diamond if necessary. A strip squeeze is a possibility, but reading it would be tough, and it might not be as good ...
Unusual Pairings and names.
I miss Jay Leno's Wedding Headlines :)
I have discomfort in my lower joint of my right thumb. I hold my cards in my right hand. I use a mouse in my right hand. I thought it was probably due to the way I hold my cards, so I started holding them in my left, being very ...

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