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Larry Sealy
Larry Sealy
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 12, 2010
Last Seen
Nov. 21
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1st 2013 Fast Pairs, 2nd 2013 Wernher Open Pairs, WBF World Master
Regular Bridge Partners
Jim Foster, Jim Munday, Bryan Howard
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Huntsville, AL
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, World Championships
Favorite Conventions
Kickback, XYZ, Good-Bad 2N (yes a bad name), Power 2N after 1M-1N
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: KQJ643 7 942 863
I would also only bid 1. In my younger days, the decision would be between 2 and 3, not 1 and 2.
Harold Guiver stories please
Tommy Sanders, I believe.
A bad start
That's basically the crux of the problem for me. If I thought my question distracted him, I'd give him a chance to take the Pass back. If not, the pass would stand. I guess I would have to be there to determine the answer.
David Sackett's bidding problem: --- AQJ7543 QT K432
I'll transfer, then bid 3. If partner then bids 3N, I'll try 4.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: AK532 --- 53 A97432
If no way to show a 2-suiter, I'd have overcalled 2. That would leave me an easy 4 now.
James Tyner's bidding problem: 65 A JT42 AQJT87
Do I have any way to distinguish between good and bad raises? Namely, what would 2N by partner have been?
Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: K7 KQJ752 QT7 T7
Haven't seen you at a tourney in awhile, John.
Which club?
If K lead could be from A OR K, how would you find out if your partner has the J (or even A), when you don't have the J? And if the lead could be from AK or KQ how does partner how what to do with J?
Who is to blame for this disaster
Marty, I would double with that shape (depending on the hand), as well. But I wouldn't bid 2. I'd pass 2 and hope for the best.
Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: K7 KQJ752 QT7 T7
All are correct, but 3 could be no shortness with 6 card sppt for minor, though rates to have shortness. I don't think I've ever bid it w/o shortness, but I can envision Kx in partner's major and 6 card support for the minor and ...

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