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Ambrose Mackie
Ambrose Mackie
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Member Since
Feb. 26, 2013
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Conventions
One way reverse Drury, Weak 2D, support doubles
BBO Username
broze
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Memory Strain
I hear this a lot (not necessarily to me): "you think so much about your system, you forget to play the cards well!" and then that same person will lose 8 IMPs on a t/o vs penalty misunderstanding the next set. I like to give the benefit of the ...
Opp Sacrifice at Matchpoints
I would def have bid 2 as West and maybe set up a force as East but might still have achieved the table result. Opps judged well.
Memory Strain
Is there a slight error on p2? I think you mean that the finesse line will fail when West has xx trumps, not Ace and another trump.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AT KQT95 A963 72
Simply that I can't come up with a hand that would make a slam try opposite a diamond splinter without a spade OR club control.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AT KQT95 A963 72
The Ace is wastage of sorts. The same hand with the club Ace instead would be the hand to keycard with. 5 describes my hand perfectly imo.
Paddy Murphy's bidding problem: A98 AT98 964 AT9
It's a clear opener but I don't see how 7NT bids are going to tell you anything. If you open playing 12-14 NT you will open with any other methods anyway.
AWB - Assess West's Bidding
Surprised to see so few votes for 4 over the double. 3 looks conservative to me, particularly vul.
Robert Gellner's bidding problem: AKJ98642 AK K3 7
4C seems a fine rebid to me
Assign blame
@D Burn: Sorry, but I think you need a new bit.
Michael Rosenberg on a Grand Slam
I disagree. Even setting aside the etymology, this is a perfectly acceptable and not especially unusual use of the word 'eulogy'.
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