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Daryl Fisher
Daryl Fisher
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 25, 2011
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Qualifying for the Vancouver NABC in NAOP-C
Bridge Accomplishments
Numerous
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Diamondhead Duplicate Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Tunica Regional
Favorite Conventions
cuebids of all flavors
BBO Username
djohn47
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Effective Training Suggestions?
Hey, Eric, remember a nice teaming with you in Tulsa in about 2006. Glad you are back in the game. Have a copy of BridgeMaster2000. It's a great workout for declarer play. The software is written in such a way that if you attempt an inferior line of play ...
Double?
This type of hand is one that prompt players to play ELC dbls, I think. Not playing ELC doubles, the double is a bit of a gamble, but if partner bids Clubs it doesn't mean that the contract won't fetch after I pass.
Playing Flannery 2 Diamonds; Rebidding after 2NT
3H should show minimum HCP range and 2-2 in the minors. 3S shows maximum HCP range and 2-2 in minors. 3NT shows maximum HCP and honors in both doubleton minors. I'm fairly sure that's the way that Bill Flannery outlined the continuations over the forcing 2NT bid.
Director Ruling
Assuming the club director is in ACBL-land, there is a formal system of training and accreditation. It just isn't very good. It depends too much on the local club to mentor a person who studied and passed a three-hour test to become a certified director. To expect professional skill ...
A Simple Question
Perhaps someone needs to ask a question that no one has yet asked, what penalty is there for not waiting? The population of quick bidders certainly includes a subset of players who know that violating this law/rule has virtually no consequence. In club games, directors don't want to ...
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: T8642 J9 K9 K954
Thanks for input, Andrew. What would you have done instead?
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: --- JT9875432 Q985 ---
Ben, that was my question--Where are all the Spades? Surprised that no one else has raised that issue.
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: --- JT9875432 Q985 ---
It certainly was one of the strangest hands that I have ever held at the table.
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: AK97 JT732 7 QT8
Finally, I have the right hand posted. Sorry for the false starts. Guess I need more sleep.
Daryl Fisher's bidding problem: AK97 JT732 7 QT8
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