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David Caprera
David Caprera
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July 20, 2010
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about me

I am a lawyer in Denver, Colorado, married to Anne Brenner, my partner in life as well as bridge. I am on the USBF board, the District 17 disciplinary chair, coach of the USA under 26-2 junior team, and write a monthly column, "Sleeping on the Couch". A collection of my columns is now available in book form from Master Point Press. My 17,000 master points aren't worth a damn without a national championship and my dream is that some day I win the "Italian-American, pony-tailed tax specialist playing with the Francophile, retired pathologist four session senior mixed BAM."

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dendac1
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Platinum Life Master
Anne Brenner/David Caprera
2 over 1 except rebid
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Brian Zhang's bidding problem: J7 K8732 Q654 64
At this point it is 27-0!!! Please don't screw it up. I am doing laps around the condo.
Brian Zhang's bidding problem: 864 76 AKQT QT54
The reason you double isn't because you think you are crushing 4H, but to protect your equity. It should show "transferable values."
Light Opening?
We don't know, and by "we" I mean all the "self-proclaimed geniuses" on BW. This is all about partnership agreements. If partner is going think a 12hcp balance hand is a game force, opening may not be a good idea. (Advertisement: playing precision, I LUV opening 2D ~4414, 11-15 ...
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: Q92 QJ652 AK KT7
No strong opinion on 1H or 1N.
Dilemma
"Does anything matter in this game?" On this, both April Fools Day and approaching the crest in the coronavirus, my answer is "yes". In general it is the satisfaction of having done something right. It is the intrinsic difficulty of the game. We are human and can never get it ...
Matchgame: Double Trouble #2
I agree that there are many distributions possible but I have trouble getting to a dozen. However, among those distributions, I don't see why 5431 (intending to include 5=4=3=1 and 5=3=4=1) isn't the most likely.
Matchgame: Double Trouble #2
As I suggested above, after an auction like 1S-(P)-1N-(2C), we play double as takeout and would expect opener is most likely 543=1. But after 1D-(P)-1N-(2X), neither major is in play for our side. Our terminology is different (we refer to 1D-1N as a ...
What is your call and plan?
Do you mean Eddie Woldd? Sorry. Keep posting
What is your call and plan?
Mike who? What does he know? I know a Mike Passell though. Pretty good player. :)
Questions about "Vugraph" matches
Agree with do what is easiest but I would prefer seeing the play of the best players available. Match or practice makes little difference.
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