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Blake Sanders
Blake Sanders
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Member Since
Sept. 11, 2013
Last Seen
April 13
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the side swiss
Bridge Accomplishments
I won a side game once
BBO Username
bsanders25
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Blake Sanders's bidding problem: KJ AQT83 AQ AQ87
Thanks
Blake Sanders's bidding problem: KJ AQT83 AQ AQ87
It was in a local sectional
Blake Sanders's bidding problem: KJ AQT83 AQ AQ87
I put negative on there the first time. I forgot that it may cause some confusion :). Fixed now though
Blake Sanders's bidding problem: KJ AQT83 AQ AQ87
His double shows a bust hand
Blake Sanders's bidding problem: K753 75 QJ92 QT2
I thought so as well. Partner held. xx ak109xx qjxx k. He has a bad hand but I feel like he has a tough bid as well. He chose to pass as well giving us 10% of the match points.
Kevin Bathurst's bidding problem: J982 A43 7 98642
I take 4c as being ludacris back....it could be fit if we think partner has one of the pointed suits? But might suggest an extra heart after 2h bid?
Kevin Bathurst's bidding problem: J982 A43 7 98642
3S seems like the "safest" imp bid in this scenario with no agreements. Forgive me if my logic is wrong (and please feel free to correct) but here is how I see it: 1. 3C is the weakest bid you can give partner at this point and could be very ...
ACBL Restricting Junior Coupons
For almost all youth and even most juniors $200 is a big deal. Looking a little deeper into the situation, think about who pays for youth players ,such as the Jengs, to play. I would guess that half of todays youth and juniors started playing because their parents found that ...
A minor dilemma
When bidding though you should also try to figure in the best way to describe your hand and giving partner the best chance to make the right decisions later in the auction. As said before a 2 diamond start makes the later auction much much more simple
A minor dilemma
I tend to agree with Adam on this. 2 diamonds seems to be the best bid. You are red in imps so striving for a game seems most important. 2 diamonds allows for a game force and a conveniant rebid. The lack in HCP is easily made up with HK ...
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