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Chuck Messinger
Chuck Messinger
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Member Since
July 23, 2012
Last Seen
19 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Active player until I became self-employed in the early nineties. 


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1994 World Open Pairs Leader Board
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Peterborough ON Bridge Club
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ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Winston Chang's bidding problem: K9876 5 AK943 T3
Jxxx KQ KQJ QJxx isn't a super-accept in my book but QJxx xx AKTx AJ9 is. We just play if it looks slammish we super-accept.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K9876 5 AK943 T3
Once partner bids 3S we still have the same weak spade problem in diamonds that we do in spades. Over a 3H bid (accepting diamonds as I play) I might be worth another shot but I still need a lot of controls from partner for slam to be right.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K9876 5 AK943 T3
Qxx Axx QJx AKxx is a hand I would drive to slam if partner makes another peep and I may not even need that peep. The spade suit needs a lot of help and I would be a lot more interested in a diamond slam after a non super accept ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K9876 5 AK943 T3
I need a super accept to go looking for slam in spades.
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: 64 QJT3 K97 AJ96
My general style is constructive over weak NT and destructive over strong NT. Easy pass for me.
David Parsons's bidding problem: K7 KJ5 KT9 AKQ93
Any cards partner has will be working and I want to be in game opposite a majority of 6 counts as far as I can tell so it's 2N for me. I'm too good to bid 1C-1M-2N and I hate 1C-1M fake reverse or 3N.
Jef Pratt's bidding problem: A5 8432 JT9 KJ96
I really like my hand and will punish partner if they are light with 3H. Too many hands give us game and I don't see partner at these colors having anything but a heart void. KQxx _ AQxxx ATxx or KJxx _ KQxx AQxxx look like excellent games and ...
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: Q932 K3 A KQJT43
Matchpoints or not I've got to make a slam try with a 4 loser hand so it's an ugly 4D for me. Good problem.
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: --- AQ AK643 AK8732
One nice benefit of playing a strong 2D is 2C followed by 3D is, strangely, long clubs and shorter diamonds.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: AK8 K8 AJT8653 A
A fit showing 4D will at least keep an easy slam in the picture.
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