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Linda Marshall
Linda Marshall
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 31, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'm from the Washington, DC area.

I usually attend 2 or 3 NABCs per year.  I've reached the stage where I'm disappointed not to qualify for the second day (I often get to the second day) and pleasantly surprised to make the overalls.

I'm the president of my unit and a frequent bridge volunteer.

I'm an attorney.  My other hobbies are dancing, hiking, and knitting.

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
I had a 60% session in platinum pairs once.
Favorite Conventions
Transfer responses to 1C, transfer lebensohl, xyz, flannery, reverse flannery, mini-splinters, kickback, Robinson (multi-landy), scrambling 2N
BBO Username
LMarshall
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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GTO in the WYTC
What was the E/w agreement about double? Was it takeout or did it show diamonds?
How would you interpret this bid?
Thanks, that makes more sense.
How would you interpret this bid?
Are you saying that you bid 6 to show a diamond void and the ace of clubs?
How would you interpret this bid?
I can see having a partnership agreement about this showing the queen of trump (e.g., if partner already knows the suit I'm short in, I show my cheapest king if I have an odd number of key cards, a void in that suit, and the queen of trump ...
How would you interpret this bid?
3 KC and a good club suit is awfully strong for a splinter that's defined as at most near a minimum opener. Also, opener has 4 KC so opener knows responder doesn't have 3.
New KO formats
The problem with a 5-bagger in the 3KO is that someone will be the odd person out in pairs if the team doesn't survive the first round.
How would you interpret this bid?
Odd number of key cards, diamond void and clubs are a source of tricks.
Question emailed to me.
Well, they say preempts work. I can see how that might happen. Neither opponent is short enough in clubs to double or has good enough clubs to bid notrump. And both of you will get the lead right if you're defending.
Question emailed to me.
How many clubs do you have?
New KO formats
In Hunt Valley, you play in the side game if you're knocked out first round. Other tournaments I've played this format in start the first session early enough that there's time to play 2-session pairs if you're knocked out the first round, but I guess the ...
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