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Charley Seelbach
Charley Seelbach
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Member Since
Oct. 8, 2010
Last Seen
June 16
Member Type
bridge player

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Paul Hightower's bidding problem: JT732 Q86 AQ J52
I mean, if you are 100% sure opps won't XX, maybe X has some merit. But good opps are liable to rip you to shreds for Xing with this.
Bridge Winners You Hold App Released
I couldn't find it when I searched for it. Which is an issue. But when I followed your link I did download it. First hand I voted on I got 60% one option, 30% my option. I know quickly how to find discussion on on the hand if I ...
When else can 1m-1M-2M be based on 3 card support?
Depends if 2NT after 2S is available as a describe your 2S bid. If it is, I bid 2S on almost on these hands, if it isn't I don't.
True North American Championships Coming
Makes sense to me. While we are at it, I think regionals should only be open to people from that region. That would make it a true regional.
To Show or Not To Show?
I am a big no show when it comes to club games. But when it comes to cruises, I could see an argument for it. If I were leading a cruise maybe just session 1 give the players a quick yes or no voting slip when it comes to showing ...
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Thanks for the well. Always enjoy watching your matches. Besides Littlefinger, Varys, or Tyrion, who would you choose in GoT to be your bridge partner?
Vanderbilt R16 Matches
I homer voted Diamond, but Sathya is right that NRK deserves to be on VuGraph
#1 Vote for your favorite match in the Vanderbilt R32
I'm going with Nickell v Baker, Diamond v Hollman, and Lavazza v Goldberg (2 v 31) (4 v 29) (1 v 32)
Paul Hightower's bidding problem: J862 K8532 KQ K7
I've got this hand as an auto 1H. That being said... I'm fine with a 1NT response being forcing for IMPs. But this hand is where I think 1NT should be semiforcing for MPs.
USBF Junior Celebrity Guest Night: Bob Hamman
Former junior here. A few years ago there was something kind of like this. Two pros would sit north and east, and juniors would sit south and west. Juniors would play two hands, and then swap out for other juniors. So the pros would play ten hands with 5 different ...

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