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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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Random brige player in New York City.  If you like backgammon, check out my site:

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Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
The team that doesn't want to be bumped down can ALSO write a larger number of match points on the form than they actually have! Now we'll be okay unless like half the teams all want to play up ... but if that were really a problem, we wouldn ...
Is this AI or UI?
It sounds to me like 50E3 is setting up the following thought experiment: You were sitting in the other room watching TV, and now you are suddenly called in to play West's cards, told the auction, the play to the first trick, and that as of this point, there ...
Playing up in KO's - what am I missing?
The answer is simple: If you are good enough to be competitive in the middle bracket, not good enough to be competitive in the top bracket, and have too few MP to get out of the bottom bracket, the ACBL hates you. Left as an exercise for the reader is ...
Slam Try with 4!S Over 1NT Opener
Yes. If there cannot possibly be a hand with 4 spades, less than 4 hearts, and slam interest opposite Partner's 1NT opening where you would start with 2 Stayman, feel free to say so.
Slam Try with 4!S Over 1NT Opener
The hand with 4 spades and slam interest opposite a 1NT opener.
A bidding problem or not?
That's the normal meaning of 3 over a 2 multi?
A bidding problem or not?
I don't understand why North's one and only bid should be 6. At his first opportunity to act, all he knows is that his partner has a decent hand with diamonds ... not a very strong hand with diamonds and, by the way, 4 spades and a very ...
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: QJT96 --- AQT8765 7
If the auction continues over 5, I have options. If the auction continues over 4, I am stuck.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: KT87542 Q3 KT9 K
"I wanted to play 2-X" seems like ... I would try to make a better agreement than that.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: A8xxx 2 9xxxx K7
If I wasn't prepared to Pass a 3NT call here, maybe I should've passed the previous round.

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