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Ben Dickens
Ben Dickens
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 11, 2010
Last Seen
Sept. 28
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
First squeeze on purpose
Bridge Accomplishments
Life Master while in college
Favorite Conventions
lebehnshol. jacoby transfer
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
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Board 24 from the 05/20/2019 Common Game
I had to apologize to NS at my table. I opened 1 and partner raised to 2. I used exclusion blackwood bid of 5 and North asked what it meant. My partner, East had a senior moment and stated she had no idea (UI to me, our ...
Board 2 from the 05/02/2019 Common Game
Well the line above seems wrong, in that if the Heart Jack doesn't come down, you could lose 5, 1, and 1. Seeing the writing on the wall, just lead a club towards the K, and win an assured 7 tricks.
Favorite swindles and other turns of events
I have a few I could add to this topic. This one relates to my mother, who was a "party-bridge" player who came to visit me while I was working at UT-Austin. An Austin regional was going on at the time (early 70's), and I had promised to play ...
ATB-2/25/19 Common Game Board 1
My partner opened and South did not overcall. 1 1 2 3 4 6 Pass (4 was forcing, showing 0-4-5-4 shape and stronger than 5. It is up for others to decide if opener can bid 7 over this. It has ...
Too controversial for the NABC Daily Bulletin
Richard, he was probably talking about Bridgetab.... see http://www.bridgetab.com/
BZ v Romania. Crack the Code...
Z declaring, Not much here. Z never signals, B only gives a single signal and repeat it suggesting (if the waggle of hand means no value) that Opening leader has nothing in clubs. However from video it appears the lead might have been the Q and dummy had the J ...
BZ v Romania. Crack the Code...
B declarer, Z never looks at or gets a chance to see his opponents cards, and never uses any of the honor card signals proposed in the OP.
BZ v Romania. Crack the Code...
Conclusion from signals given are assumptions based on the hypothesis that the signals listed in OP and are interpreted in that light only. Z Q K B never gives any specific card or length signals according to proposed signals. He does an odd movement after a proposed diamond signal from ...
BZ v Romania. Crack the Code...
Like the post just above mine, I have no idea what these hands are. Conclusion from signals given are assumptions based on the hypothesis that the signals listed in OP and are interpreted in that light only. Conclusion: Balicki's LHO has K K KJxxx Z is declaring. B spends ...
BZ v Romania. Crack the Code...
I may have miss identified the Romanian player in this post....it seems to be the other Romanian player
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