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Christian Jolly
Christian Jolly
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 11, 2013
Last Seen
June 22
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me


Full-Time Bridge professional.

Picked up the game at age 19 and never looked back. 

Getting ready to move to Charlotte, NC

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Scratching in my first game. I caught the bug.
Bridge Accomplishments
Representing US in International U-21/26 competition.
Regular Bridge Partners
Oren Kriegel, Greg Herman
Favorite Tournaments
Tournaments that involve bridge
Favorite Conventions
Penalty Doubles
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Passout-seat double by opening preemptor
"I have never, nor have I ever wanted to take this call." Edit - If I had thought I would have wanted to bid a level higher, I would have the first time.
Ethical Dilemna to the Extreme
For those confused the use of parentheses implies the opponents are bidding. The auction shown is entirely by the opponents.
Double Dummy problem 6N
Double Dummy problem 6N
Is this a five card end position or 4? If 4 what are the four cards in my hand?
Double Dummy problem 6N
How are the diamonds unblocked? Didn't I win trick one with the K if so how do I get back to my hand?
Late Start in USA - Spain Match
I did. It was wrong.
Late Start in USA - Spain Match
If the accusations were truly found to be without merit as seems to be the case, the PP doesn't even begin to cover what should happen to the Spanish team. You can't have people going around accusing people of cheating on the whim statistically insignificant data. And despite ...
The biggest insult
I recently went to play a club game at a new venue for the first time and upon trying to buy an entry into the open field I was directed that the limited entires were being sold elsewhere.
What does this double tell you?
That's his point not that I agree with it. Partner won't lead a diamond due to your failure to double 2 so you would have to double 3nt to get him to lead one.
Should bridge go green?
I would quit playing bridge. I honestly can't fathom the appeal of sitting in front of a computer all day to play a game that was intended to be played with cards and opponents in front of you.

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