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Jon Green
Jon Green
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 6, 2010
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Living in Melbourne Fl

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Iris' kitchen
Regular Bridge Partners
Norm Rubin, Al Stauber, Ed Spear, Joan Gerard (rip)
Favorite Tournaments
Saratoga Regional (when I lived in NYS)
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
2/1 NV preempts are undisciplined
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Linda James
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D22FORUM w/Swanson Solvers
Jeff, I recall in the 70's the NYC unit produced a publication called 'Post Mortem'. I lived in District 3 about 90 miles north of NYC and received it as an insert in my ACBL Bulletin. It might have been quarterly rather than monthly. I don't recall exactly ...
Legal: AI or UI?
It's clearly UI since you know from your partner's remark that the 8 of hearts wasn't a signal.
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A92 Q A42 KQT763
I think 3D shows the ace. With Kxx or QJx bid 2NT. With Axx try to right-side it opposite the queen. With xxx of diamonds bid 3C. edited to add last sentence
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A92 Q A42 KQT763
I would agree with your partner's 3NT. They caught you with good trump, 2 aces AND the key queen of hearts. It was hard for them to hope for all that. And it takes excellent agreements and rapport to try via 4 and then stop in 4NT. At ...
Jon Green's bidding problem: KT932 86 T9 8765
You misread Jerry. partner was not a passed hand.
Opening pass out of turn when pard is the first to bid
I don't claim any knowledge of the laws. That said it seems to me they must be allowed to respond to their partner's opening bid. Otherwise why not just bar them for one round as we did under the old laws? Of course the auction now has the ...
Board 22 from the 03/23/2019 Common Game
6 is actually cold. N/S lead spades which is as good as anything. Declarer draws trump and plays ace, king and a third heart discarding the spade loser. The fourth heart is good for a club pitch. Declarer takes 6 diamonds 3 hearts and 3 black winners.
Alex Perlin Wins Second BBO Robot Championship
Well done, congrats
Jon Green's bidding problem: Q862 T3 A9765 94
Monty In the case where 2 shows clubs your method would work well on this hand. It could miss a spade contract when opener has 4 but maybe that's alright. That said I'm hesitant to give up transfers since we want opener to be declarer. That's ...
Jon Green's bidding problem: Q862 T3 A9765 94
I think continuing to play transfers is probably okay and desirable. But, as Martin says, double for takeout caters to most hands. Double as Stayman s very risky. On this hand I'd like to double and bid 2 if partner bids 2. That should be a 4 ...

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