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David Corn
David Corn
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Member Since
Oct. 9, 2014
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Barry Crane complimenting me on the play of a hand, oh, so many decades ago.
Favorite Tournaments
Penticton, B.C. Regional
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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2d response to opening strong artificial 2C
In all of my years of playing, I do not recall ever achieving a poor score vs. a pair that plays point-count steps as the response to 2C. Most of its adherents seem to think that holding 2 queens & 4 jacks is equivalent to holding 2 aces. I encourage this ...
Are system psych allowed?
It's too bad South didn't have what he thought was a 3S bid instead of a 2S bid. Now, they might have had big problems. What an ill-advised time/position to psyche, anyways.
Filippos Karamanlis's bidding problem: Q863 AKJ9 --- KQT82
Or, stray Q of hearts, A of clubs & six spades to the J.
How do you play this bid?
I like take-out of hearts with a strong Diamond fragment, typically 4-1-3-5.
Filippos Karamanlis's bidding problem: Q863 AKJ9 --- KQT82
We know so little about partner's hand, how can one consider bidding here?
Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: JT8542 8 K KT853
Me, too.
Rui Marques's bidding problem: J6 KJ4 KJ43 KJ42
Rui, the 5H bid could mean many things, including agreeing to playing a system with which he is not comfortable. I would look down on any opponent who tried to litigate it.
Combatting slow play
Slow play penalties at clubs? What are those? Not only have I also never seen one, I do not expect to, either, EVER.
Combatting slow play
Amen, Ian!
David Corn's bidding problem: A74 JT8643 AK8 T
1C = Charlie 3D = David A situational problem from last Friday's Eight is Enough! game......
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