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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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Member Since
June 17, 2015
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3 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Live in New York City, starting bridge again after a 15 year hiatus. 

Country
United States of America

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BBO Username
greenj
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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David Patterson's bidding problem: K53 8 Q543 AK987
There's beginner bidding and there's expert bidding. If you are trying to emphasize to your students certain basic rules of life like not bidding NT with a singleton and not rebidding 2 with only 5 clubs, then you teach them that with 5-4 in the minors sometimes ...
Buddy Hanby's bidding problem: A4 4 QT765432 A2
Too many aces for me to want to preempt.
Eric Dong's bidding problem: 94 KT93 KT9863 Q
I recently invented a gadget for this sort of hand, but it isn't battle tested yet, so I'm not sure if I can recommend it.
2C-2D-jump in 2-way new minor forcing (XYZ)
It's okay to have more than one way to invite, but having 2 show invitational except for when it's GF seems like you are asking for trouble.
David Parsons's bidding problem: J7 Q2 AKT762 J98
The OP specifies BWS, not "majority NYC style". I assumed BWS referred to Bridge World Standard, and it seems to me that http://www.bridgeworld.com/indexphp.php?page=/pages/readingroom/bws/bwscompletesystem.html#IVG , which is where I quoted the above from. I agree that the quoted line f ...
David Parsons's bidding problem: J7 Q2 AKT762 J98
I assumed it was a standard 6 card suit without support for the opening major. In fact, I thought everyone played this in 2/1.
David Parsons's bidding problem: J7 Q2 AKT762 J98
Why not 3 originally? "(f) a jump-shift to three of an underranking suit is invitational;"
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: 92 A982 Q86 A865
Are you planning to Pass the hypothetical reopening Double as well?
Alerting Question for Our 3rd/4th Seat Opener
Our thinking is that after P-1M-1NT, we will almost always find a 7 card fit after 2m, and have a decent probability of finding an 8 card fit. Simulations show that 8 card fits at the 2 level play much better than 1NT and 7 card fits break even, so ...
Alerting Question for Our 3rd/4th Seat Opener
I read it. It didn't tell me the answer.
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