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Dave Starratt
Dave Starratt
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 8, 2011
Last Seen
Oct. 29, 2012
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
Long time...ancient, curmudgeon stone age player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Denver Fall National
Bridge Accomplishments
Took 8 yr hiatus for bad behavior!
Regular Bridge Partners
Hendrik, Richard, Ross Rainwater, and Jeff
Favorite Tournaments
Gatlinburg, Portland Or, Penticton BC
Favorite Conventions
Drury, relays/transfers in competative auctions
BBO Username
WP
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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4 hand solitare style with robots on BBO
The big asset is the speed. There just seems to be some algorithm flaw that it never leads a bid suit and never continues an attack. Thanks Fred for the reminder! I knew all that but was hypnotized by the idea! It is what it is! Someday the programing will ...
Jacoby 2NT Question
I would solve that hand by passing in the first place. If I am afraid of my hand after getting strong support, then I should fear opening it!
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: --- AKT97542 A98 AT
I often play mexican 2D so a 2N rebid is forcing and always unbalanced! That would be my choice here.
Howard Liu's bidding problem: QT6 K9 K AJ97542
Is this a lead problem?...oh, I am not on lead :)
Who pushed too hard?
Why would East bid over 4H? That is egregious! If partner dbls again, then 4N seems right! West is easily spot on with 5N!
Steve Moese's bidding problem: AQ2 KT9 732 Q986
1nt is unlikely to miss a reasonable game. I assume 13-15 NT?
Dean Pokorny's bidding problem: 3 T83 AKQJT9 KT7
On a good day I might have tried 3S initially. A little light in tricks and cards but not by much.
Hendrik Sharples's bidding problem: KQJT KQJ2 K52 AK
5 nt I don't think I can have a much worse maximum and though S may play well, it is hard to construct a hand that is good for 7D that doesn't play well in 6S or 6N...I am going (guessing) NT. At least my hand will ...
Hendrik Sharples's bidding problem: AQT98 8 AK5 AQT5
Without comment I pass..
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