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Bill Kilmer
Bill Kilmer
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
June 8
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
USA bridge needs to follow international bridge's lead in regards to allowed systems/conventions to help keep the game alive.
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
crushing pro-client pairs
Bridge Accomplishments
fairly original bidding systems
Favorite Conventions
Canape: not a convention, but an approach, and a way of life
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
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Bid these hands in a 2/1 context
1-2 (4-way) 2-2 (3) 3-3 (cue) 3N (Non-serious)-4 (s, cue) 4 (cue)-4N (1430 for s) 5 (2/no Q)-5 signoff
Quick question--how do you play this auction without specific discussion?
Steven Allen's lead problem: T863 A5 A92 T762
Steven, What was the killer?
Bill Kilmer's bidding problem: A74 KJT9 JT3 K86
You play WJ?
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: JT853 986 Q85 54
Psyches aren't always successful. It's a percentage play.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: JT853 986 Q85 54
1st rnd psyche of 1 is mando. Abstain.
How do we get to the !@#$% NT game?
1-1-2-3!(game try)-3!(Help! 3N shows stop)-3N
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
I, too, will probably sound like a skipping record, but if the games is to attract and keep young, creative, daring minds, the restrictions on bidding science and creativity need to be lifted a great deal.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: JT x KQTxx Axxxx
5, OBVIOUS cue supporting P's OBVIOUS strong spade hand, despite the lack of discussion. If P has anything else, well, they'd better hope the venue had a metal detector.
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