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Rick Ackermann
Rick Ackermann
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Member Since
May 13, 2014
Last Seen
Dec. 1
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Omaha, NE

District 14, Unit 241

United States of America

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
Omaha Bridge Studio (120th/Pacific); House of Cards (42nd/Center)
Favorite Tournaments
Nebraska Regional; Kansas City Regional
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
JUSTIN Graver & RICK Ackermann
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JEFF Buckwalter & RICK Ackermann
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Jonathan Cohn's bidding problem: AQT765 QJ9 A T95
1) partner will have A or K of hearts, so heart, heart, ruff unlikely; 2) north will have club tolerance, so partner will have max 2 clubs; LOSERS: 2C + 1H.
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: AK75 AKT3 A7 J43
Jonathan Cohn's bidding problem: 943 Q6432 A93 T3
I remembered Lebensohl for a change. Partner can bypass 3C with monster. 4H is easy call.
Jonathan Cohn's bidding problem: KJ53 --- Q963 JT543
Damage control mode. Entirely possible that 2HX results in damage less than or equal to anything else which would have to be at 3 level. The big important variables on this hand are (1) dummy play (2) the play of teh defense. A card here and a card there during ...
Jonathan Cohn's lead problem: T8 8543 863 T975
I have now read the other votes and comments. I am a novice and wrong -- again. I now know that when leading from 4 "small", lead 2nd HIGHEST. Therefore, 5H rather than 3H is the lead. Thanks again for the lesson. These little things pile up into a pyramid of ...
Jonathan Cohn's lead problem: T8 8543 863 T975
3H is my lead (without reading any of the previous "Comment"). I have had some luck choosing a suit to lead when there is not an obvious choice so I use same process of elimination in this case. A MAJOR suit is odds on. I avoid the SPADE lead -- high ...
Jonathan Cohn's bidding problem: 752 Q72 75 Q9842
I am a novice player and deduced from the question that PASS was NOT the best bid. I bid 2C and now know (from further deduction) that a big penalty could be avoided if you take the free call and bid your 5-card suit ASAP. Don't worry that "partner ...
Will Roper's bidding problem: KT3 AQT5432 K96 ---
clicked wrong button; forget 5D call....

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