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Dave Robinson
Dave Robinson
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 13, 2015
Last Seen
19 hours ago
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
ACBL Ranking
None
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Florian Alter's bidding problem: --- J5 AKJ9852 AJ64
I might have doubled 3 showing 4 exactly ( no UNT) and ( almost surely) 6+ now it would be an act of betrayal to bid again.
Andonis Dalgas's bidding problem: AQ3 A64 865432 J
I have an app that reads words aloud but ir refused to tell me Richard's comment. When I asked why it said 2 was unspeakable
Sarik Goyal's bidding problem: 765 --- QJT9876 T63
I am of the opinion that appealing as it seems to support spades 2 trumps leads and this hand is almost worthless. Its unlikely 2 will be passed out and if it is we aint missing much
Sarik Goyal's bidding problem: QJ AK7 QJT92 AQ7
who thinks double is penalty?
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: J53 AQJ J973 KJ2
i don't think 2NT is so bad: after all the clubs could be worthless in a suit contract but now 3NT would be inexcusable
Bill March's bidding problem: Jx Jxxx Qxx JTxx
i have 1) no reason to think 3 isn't making and 2) no reason to think we will go more than one down in our contract. I din't think for a moment my p has 4 hearts so most likely 1345 or 1354 18-19 points
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: AQ4 AQJ3 KQ872 A
Thanks all. The fact is the players system was puppet which declarer had temporarily forgotten. Her partner knew she had as 3 was not alerted and when she woke up ( whether by chance or through her partner's discomfort) we felt that she could reasonably have expected 6 ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: AQJT742 K5 QT84 ---
Thanks all who voted / commented. I agree that for sensible players an immediate 2 shows the hand. At the table East showed a deal of interest over 2 ( readily agreed as fact by West). We did not ask for a ruling, I was simply interested to know whether ...
David Caprera's bidding problem: AKQ543 K43 A6 A4
I am an even more simple man Just today I opened 2NT with AKQJxx Ax KJx xx in an english bridge union event. As it happened 3NT was laydown and even though partner had 3 spades 4 spades could only be made by dropping the doubleton Q on y ...
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: KT32 K52 6 QJ954
dealing with the 1552 issue is easier. if partner had 2 clubs the club bidder must be 2 and 1 maximum else they would have passed the redouble. the doubler of 1 will not be 6-4 in the minors or they would have opened a weak bid ...
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