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Dave Robinson
Dave Robinson
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Member Since
Sept. 13, 2015
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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 of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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
ACBL Ranking
None
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Robin Hillyard's bidding problem: KQ QJT5 Q62 J975
I had a lengthy and acrimonious discussion with team mates (not partner) when we lost a match when we played in the wrong slam on an auction this reminds me of. Is partner looking for a grand in diamonds or hearts?. he MUST i think have AKH and it seems ...
David Carlisle's bidding problem: AKT9 3 KQ9 KQJxx
Ulrich perhaps you could tell us the worst and best hands hands partner could have here are 2 examples from me 1) xxx xxx xx Axxxx where 4C will scrape home and 2) xx xxx Axx Axxxx where we make slam. I look forward to your examples
Robert Ellison's bidding problem: J98543 Q2 7 AKJ9
even if one was playing 2 as 10-12 this one looks a bit tasty AKxS with p alone and theres a chance of game
Shailesh Gupta's bidding problem: x Ax QJxx KQJ9xx
if partner bids 4NT how can i tell him I have the QC? I see no reason not to take charge and if he shows 2 key cards well we will have to play in 5NT and pray a little. Of course i realise that if partner then )after his ...
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- AJT964x AJ5 K93
could anyone object to AJx9643
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KQ5 JT2 KQJ72 72
I think this is still a lebensohl position pass of 2S doesn't indicate a bad hand
Tomaz Adamic's bidding problem: --- AKT6 AKJT432 K2
surely 2 shows a weak ( well considerably weaker) 2 suited hand?
David Carlisle's bidding problem: AKT9 3 KQ9 KQJxx
i disagree. My next effort will be to bid diamonds. Thus I will have splintered in hearts without having created the game force that I believe an immediate 3 would create. 4C doesn't seem to me to get the job done.
Nicholas France's bidding problem: AKQ84 AKJ92 --- KQ7
hands of power AND quality are strong 2s
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: K KQJ8xxx x QTxx
this is an updated version of a bridge story from a 1950's magazine. During the recent english seniors trial I asked Tony for advice how i should have played a hand. He was very helpful. A few days later a brown envelope arrived. An invoice from tony for £200 ...
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