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Kevin Rosenberg
Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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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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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.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: A52 3 KT743 7542
that's tough if they bid 4S, but especially at MP's fear that ops might bid more shouldn't be a reason to sell out to 3S. I would probably double 4S if that happened, but not at all clear.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: A52 3 KT743 7542
given the decision now (3c was certainly reasonable, 4d could easily miss a game since we'd make that bid without the AS. If anything, a stronger action than 3c may be warranted), bidding seems clear. Partner probably has 4 hearts. It looks like N is 4-5 in the majors ...
Is this offensive?
wait, they got mad at you for saying THEY got a good score? I've never even heard of that. I don't understand why they got mad, but this is another reason why scores on bridgemates should be gotten rid of. Certainly if you were saying how you got ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: 52 K82 KQ932 742
If I could bid 3D as NF, I still wouldn't
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: --- AKT AK876 AQ986
this is not a problem. The only possible reason I could have bid 6H the first time is to make it more likely to buy 7H if/when they bid 6S
Interview with Eric Rodwell
When my dad had an accent like that (which, as he points out, he never really did), I wasn't even born :)
USBC slam defence
good analysis, no to your last question, splitting is something you'd never do in practice I think
USBC slam defence
in a club game, of course I play a low club unless I'm worried about 5260 (which I don't think is really likely) But in a good game, a club serves no purpose and is probably more likely to alerted declarer. A spade, as far as I can ...
Slow Tricks
god those exams were so stress-free before! Why would you put that kind of pressure on them?
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