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Chris Gibson
Chris Gibson
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 18, 2010
Last Seen
Feb. 24
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Professional anti-money laundering investigator, amateur bridge nut living in the Portland, OR metropolitan area.  I don't play as much as I would like to, and that probably isn't going to change soon.  I am married to a wonderfully supportive non-bridge player, and now have a little boy on the way, but I hope to remain active in playing bridge while I balance my new family life.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making the round of 16 in the 2013 Spingolds with Chris Wiegand, Sam Punch, and Stephen Peterkin - the first time I had entered the event. Now up there: Getting my top 4 matchpoint finishes with 3 different partners at nationals in 2016 at Reno, including placing in the Platinum pairs.
Bridge Accomplishments
5 top 10 national finishes, all in the past 6 years.
Regular Bridge Partners
Chris Wiegand and Jeff Ford
Favorite Tournaments
any NABC, all GNT competitions, Portland and Seaside regionals
Favorite Conventions
Stayman and follow-ups derived from it. I played 15 years of home bridge with my parents without knowing stayman, so I really appreciate how wonderful it is.
BBO Username
CSGibson
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Who cares how many people consider that fairly easy? As long as you and your partner do, that's all that matters.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Ethan - it comes down to the meaning of 3 in their Jacoby structure. If it shows significant extra values without shortness, then maybe W has told his story. We are missing that piece of information as far as I know.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Sathya, that's fairly easy. Partner's 4 bid says nothing about hearts initially, it indicates a club control. When followed by 5 over a sign off, it indicates heart and club controls (since we would have bid 5 immediately without a heart control and a hand ...
UI in club games?
If N was catering to UI, he might have doubled. 4 looks like it is normal enough.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Sathya - its harder now, you still have considerable extras and partner has moved to slam. I don't think what you are saying is at all true. Edit: This was not given enough thought in context of whatever 3 meant in the Jacoby auction.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
I mean apparently every cue in this partnership is a courtesy cue, neither promising slam interest or denying it. In that context, W has extras. Not sure if he does in the context of whatever Jacoby variant you are playing, in which case he needs to sign off, you are ...
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Sathya - Opener should not queue with his crap over a non-serious 3N in my opinion. On the other hand, with the control rich hand you give him, he is worth a queue.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Methods, strictly methods. non-serious would take care of the majority of the problem
How would you rule?
John - are they entitled to the AI of the explanation given at the table as well as their actual agreement?
HELP please
1) as others have said, make sure you are using the web client to login instead of the Windows version 2) You might try clearing your cache (cookies & temporary internet files).
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