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Mike Wenble
Mike Wenble
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Member Since
Oct. 16, 2016
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Bridge Player
about me

Co-author with Sally Brock No-Trump Bidding (Master Bridge Series) 2005; author of several e-books on various aspects of bidding exclusively available on Amazon; occasional contributor to Bridge World magazine

United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Daily Mail Cup 1971; Rixi Markus Cup 1977; Regional Masters Pairs 2009 & 2010; National Pairs (Midlands) 2016
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This Year
I think you should worry more about the next 90 days.
Mike Wenble's bidding problem: AK932 T432 K93 2
That's the point of the poll. Having made a poor choice on the previous round, how does N best extricate himself?
1C (1H) X = 4+spades
Mike the wrong-siding problem, such as it is, goes away almost completely if 1NT = clubs, GF (with 2 / 3 for weaker hands). In fact I like this approach so much I also play it without intervention, using 1 for a traditional 1NT response
It Happened One Day
... for the time being.
Ohio to cancel mass gatherings
There's been confusion about that in Britain too...
3!s Response to 2NT Opening: Minor Suit Stayman or Relay to 3NT?
Here's an idea: bid it.
Ohio to cancel mass gatherings
Well, 'large' is a fuzzy term. All things are relative. For a football match, yes, I'd agree. For a funeral or a bridge congress (in UK), I wouldn't.
Ohio to cancel mass gatherings
Not entirely fair. Eastbourne would surely have qualified under these circumstances.
A Funny 6NT
What a memory you have, Richard!
Criss -cross Inverted Raises
4th hand bidding after 1 - 2NT (necessarily coming in at the 3-level) is going to be pretty rare, and if he does bid it's dimes to doughnuts that responder is weak. Opener will therefore pass; responder has another opportunity to bid in the unlikely event he's strong ...
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