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Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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June 23
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Cupertino California, son of Debbie and Michael Rosenberg, "aspiring" bridge player who plays too much on BBO without learning a lot probably

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The Worst Convention Ever
Brian, perhaps the problem isn't that 2m is lim+, but that you can't bid 3m because it's defined as "weak". This is why I prefer to have a mixed raise in this (and all) situations. It's also reasonable to allocate 2 bids, one mixed, one weak ...
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: Q AT975 A75 6532
3C and 3S are both reasonable. I don't think we should assume partner has club shortness though, and also should consider that most partners tend to bid 2S on "too many" hands. So 4S seems like too much.
Small Trumps
thanks for completing the analysis. I hadn't read everything that carefully (like the fact that RHO was a passed hand and point counting), I just noticed the end position.
Small Trumps
on page 8 with the ruffing JS line, correct me if I"m wrong, but aren't we in a 3 card ending with 108 of spades and a diamond in dummy, and A6x spades in hand. LHO has 3 spades and RHO has 1. And the lead is in ...
Forcing? ATB
he plays AH then JH, so I might try ruffing the QH. I score 6 trumps, 3 hearts, and a club.
Forcing? ATB
the bidding aside, I just want to point out that to say 4S is down 1 is a huge simplification. I think the only way to beat it is to cash 1 or 0 diamonds and play clubs on the go, though it's possible I'm missing something and ...
ATB - How did we let this through?
that seems like an unusual play unless he wants to be in dummy badly, and has no other entries, which isn't exactly the case the defense knows. They'd likely play low and Hope 3rd hand can't figure out not to put up the Q.
Ankur Rathi's bidding problem: A J4 KQJ865 AKT5
prefer 3h bidder to be white to try 3n, and wouldn't at imps at these colors certainly, but bidding 3n is always attractive at mps
A New Ethics?
I allow a correction in 1 only if it was a mechanical error. I wouldn't allow a correction in 2 even if it was purely a mechanical error (which it probably wasn't solely) because declarer played from the dummy, but I sympathize here. I don't symphathize at ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AT63 A985 AQ92 5
note using 3n as 4441 is probably a good idea - might want to be a little stronger than this to bid it though.
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