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Jim Perkins
Jim Perkins
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Member Since
March 16, 2015
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20 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Director
about me

Off and on bridge player since mid-80s. Really serious again (as of 2013). Took 10 years off to play serious poker.

 

Current Partners: (Regulars) Jonathan Holmes, Yehudit Hasin-Brumshten, Basant Shah.

 

"Bridge is a game and is meant to be fun."

 

"In the entire history of poker, more money has been lost than won via the slowplay."

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Partner making +1430 while losing 3 tricks (Vul 1Dxx making 4). This after they went down 3 x'd and Vul prior hand. "We should be playing rubber, P." Repeating Vul 1Dxx making 4. Making +920 while losing 4 tricks. NV 1Sxx making 3. Seems my partners are always declaring these. Going minus 2720 on Valentines Day 2019 to nice ladies and sometimes teammates. ("Best Valentine's gift ever.")
Bridge Accomplishments
Winning 2016 Grand National Teams, Flight B; Besting 2 different teams headed by Billy Miller and Josh Donn in the same compact KO (but not winning anyway). Wining flight B in Friday Open Stratified Pairs with Yehudit Hasin-Brumshten at LA Long Beach Regional, July 1, 2016. Repeating with Yu at the Orange Co. Regional, winning flight B on Saturday Open Pairs. Winning over 100 MasterPoints in the month of July 2016.
Regular Bridge Partners
Jonathan Holmes; Yehudit Hasin-Brumshten; Basant Shah.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Barrington Bridge Club (West Los Angeles), Beverly Hills Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
any NABC; Palm Springs Regional; Ventura Regional
Favorite Conventions
Strong Club with transfer positives, Meckwell Structure over our 1NT, Celebration (10-12 NTs and Barron NT overcalls), Transfers wherever and whenever legal; intermediate jump shifts; next suit "mark time" asking for further description but not necessarily showing anything in particular other than interest
BBO Username
biggerclub
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
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Cheating Polls & What is Upcoming
Probably not. For example, "Bar collusive cheaters from ever . . . " Well, without getting into the tiny details of it all are you arguing that a barred player cannot use the courts to allege that the true reason was not collusive cheating but rather national origin, race or sexual orientation (oh, I ...
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: --- K2 AKQJ6 AQT743
If I have the luxury of known forcing/nonforcing sequences I would of course devise a different auction. It seems highly likely that 3 is forcing to anyone with any bidding system/philosophy. But I would need specifically K and J as well as A to want to bid ...
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: --- K2 AKQJ6 AQT743
Missed 1st by 0.15 last Saturday. And that was for real money. $10 free play.
!S Jx !H AKxx !D AKxxx !C xx
The results of this poll alone are almost enough to make me stop consulting BW. See Alan Frank upthread for a brief taste of sanity.
!S Jx !H AKxx !D AKxxx !C xx
This one does not even try to disguise itself as anything other. And there is a lot of other MI in this thread also.
!S Jx !H AKxx !D AKxxx !C xx
Yuck. I hope Eddie did not say that about this hand.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: --- K2 AKQJ6 AQT743
Bid 6(!!) if you have a stopper, P. LOL.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: --- K2 AKQJ6 AQT743
This is a partnership not involving me and not involving 40 pages of notes. You're going to have to figure it out on the fly. Mid Flight B players in both seats. Personally, I consider both 5 and 7 highly remote. But unsurprisingly I am once again in the ...
Gradations of the Lawson Bidding Problem
We have a little different agreement because partner likes to have bids she can make . . . Very light. Lol.
Gradations of the Lawson Bidding Problem
I'm not x'ing any of these but we play different methods (1NT TO). PASSing with both AQ examples as we tend to PASS with balance and defensive oriented values. First, second and fourth (hands, not seats) = 1NT TO showing less than full x values and support for unbid ...
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