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Dave Robinson
Dave Robinson
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Member Since
Sept. 13, 2015
Last Seen
June 7
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

according to my partners and team mates i am exasperatingly bad but they still want me in their teams

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
when a humble youngster I had read a book on squeezes and 2 weeks later executed a criss cross against the club's top player
Bridge Accomplishments
won a number of national pairs and teams events and specialise in coming second by a narrow margin
Favorite Conventions
Pass
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None
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Dave Robinson's bidding problem: Q98 Q8743 --- KQ873
thanks all. this is what happened at the table. the chosen bid was 4. i held AKxxx A K109xx AJ and bd 5. My p bid 5 raising another interesting issue whether a weak (ish) hand should cue bid voids and so i bid slam. A diamond ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: Q98 Q8743 --- KQ873
5 by implication as 3 is a raise sorry for not being specific
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: Q98 Q8743 --- KQ873
no drury
Alex Hydes's bidding problem: K AQ9653 K9432 5
as most players now would bid 3 initially with hearts and clubs 5 is not suggesting playing in clubs
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: AKQT5 Q832 2 854
sorry to be clear 2 was weak
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: A7 T7532 AJT6 A4
the A lets it through. My opinion is that south ( who's mind it is essential to get inside) thinks he has a developable side suit. A works well when partner has Kxxxx and the ops clubs break 3-3, so where would that leave South;'s other suit- ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: A7 T7532 AJT6 A4
yes in the early stages
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: A7 T7532 AJT6 A4
what would that mean for the overcall's hand is my first question. in a bidding problem opponents should be treated with respect
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: A7 T7532 AJT6 A4
is that consistent with his 2 bid and why has south passed 2 and not sprung to life?
Stig Holmquist's bidding problem: KT862 AKJ83 83 A
its rarely best to plantar with stiff ace but J2NT continuations are likely to reveal the stiff anyway and i am in the position of being able to bid 4 if p shows a control
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