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Barry Ko
Barry Ko
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 15, 2015
Last Seen
54 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Live in Washington D.C. (District 6)

Originally from Hong Kong, and California.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing bridge in high school
Bridge Accomplishments
1st in NABC Collegiate
Member of Bridge Club(s)
chinese american bridge club,
Favorite Conventions
Gazzilli, Scanian 1nt, Mulberry, Pakistani Blackwood, Comic 1nt
BBO Username
kobear
ACBL Ranking
None
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Best use of 2NT here
It can be somewhere in between. 2MT pick a minor, and if opener bids clubs, you correct to 3 to show weaker diamonds than immediately bidding 3. You lose out on hands with constructive/ invitational here, provided you are not playing Negative freebids or transfers over 1 ...
Another Humpty Dumpty Bid?
To me it has to be a cuebid. Most defensive bidding methods are based on opponents' bids being logical. 2 doesn't promise they have a fit. If we don't have a fit in and I don't think I am really free bidding 2 ...
Plan the play in 6NT
I have potentially 4 menace here: 9, T, T and 7. If any of these menace is positioned to the left of the opponent threatened (i.e. behind its busy card, you can play for a compound squeeze type of position, and make this 100 percent. If this premise is ...
How "expert" is this play?
If you do, then you wouldnt have made this poll.
How "expert" is this play?
It's funny, I know who you are referring to.
Fry your brain in the mixed swiss teams
I don't know which club was led and what did LHO pitch on K. I don't know what Landy over 1 is, but I assume X=Majors. It doesn't seem like RHO was playing Q from Q7. So, The only two relevant holdings here are ...
LO Wins Roth Swiss
Congratulations !
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AK Q862 9854 763
I am not sure what 3 shows. It could be a six bagger or a five bagger with more offense. (if partner does have a six bagger with a trick in one of the minors, 3nt has a good chance.) Anyway, it doesn't seem like this problem will ...
What you think is the best agreement for this sequence?
I like it to be and . To me, here, finding the right strain is more important than slam trying (Game before slam), since doubling of 3 is usually wide ranging, and does not necessarily promise 4 cards in both majors.
Best Line
run all trumps, pitching a S and a C. SA. low to D9. If lost to DT. win the SA return. DK, CA, DA.
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