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Kieran Dyke
Kieran Dyke
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 25, 2015
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Professional based in London.

 

Numerous national wins in Australia and now a few in England, most recently the Brighton Swiss Pairs.

Bronze medal, 2015 European teams.

 

I play on BBO as Woozle.

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Beating Monaco in the Round of 16, 2015 European Teams, Tromso.
Bridge Accomplishments
Bronze medal, 2015 European teams. Numerous national events in Australia and England.
Regular Bridge Partners
Fiona Brown, Justin Howard, Michael Byrne. Partners back in Australia included Ron Klinger, Peter Gill and Ishmael Delmonte.
BBO Username
Woozle
ACBL Ranking
None
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Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: J832 --- A75 K98764
Double, hoping that if it goes "all pass" we can actually beat it.
Ethical or not?
Not unless he clearly mis-spoke. Calling for one card, and reconsidering when it's clear that the ace would be a more successful choice, doesn't fly.
Ethical or not?
It's not your problem if he calls from dummy without looking at your card.
Normand Houle's bidding problem: Jx xx Qxx KQT9xx
Given that 3C is unanimous so far on the first round, this is further down some other road.
Normand Houle's bidding problem: KQJxxx xx AJx xx
Might have bid 2S if it wasn't forcing. No inclination to compete to the three level opposite a likely five card suit.
Robert Gellner's bidding problem: AKJ98642 AK K3 7
4C is better than 4S, but still a massive underbid.
Tom Allan's bidding problem: QJ854 Q752 5 742
I would bid 4H if the second suit wasn't spades. Not so frightened of the opponents here though.
Tom Allan's bidding problem: QJ854 Q752 5 742
Not so desperate to preempt in a ballistic manner when the second suit is spades.
Robert Gellner's bidding problem: AKJ98642 AK K3 7
It describes an auction which will end at 4S.
Symmetric Two-Bids (clubs and diamonds both strong and artificial)
I actually quite like the idea of 2C and 2D showing different characters of very strong hands - like 2C is consistent with flexible hands with lots of high cards (very interested in responder's suits) and 2D is consistent with one-suited playing trick hands (not really needing support, very interested ...
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