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David Genne
David Genne
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Member Since
April 25, 2012
Last Seen
58 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Washington Bridge League
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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What can you do? The stuff just doesn't stop.
Here's how it sounds to me: Declarer has a 9+ card fit, known to all at the table. Dummy's king is cashed. A bored defender who started with Tx follows with the x, and expects a swift continuation so prepares the T to be played. Declarer, trying to ...
Sven Pride's bidding problem: T73 KJ6 J964 K72
Assuming an immediate 4 isn't non-leaping Michaels...
Chester Johnson RIP
Chester was kicking my butt (with Bob Price, I believe) at I-House in the early 90's. It felt like they never finished lower than 2nd or 3rd, week in and week out.
What can you do? The stuff just doesn't stop.
Law 74C5: C. Violations of Procedure The following are examples of violations of procedure: ... 5. looking intently at any other player during the auction and play or at another player’s hand as for the purpose of seeing his cards or of observing the place from which he draws a ...
What can you do? The stuff just doesn't stop.
Sounds like a novice who was unfamiliar with 4 suit transfers, and who had heard a different explanation of 2NT from another pair and thought you meant you were playing the same thing. Some pairs play 2NT as diamonds OR weak with both minors. If opener doesn't have a ...
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: Jx AQT97xx Kxx J
Preempting this hand is likely to push the opponents into game. Are you happy about that? If it goes 3 (3) p (4) do you like your chances? I've had much better luck opening this sort of hand. After 1H (1S) 2C (2S) the auction may ...
Sven Pride's bidding problem: QJT9 KT97 A6 753
In most of my partnerships, 3 would be a mixed raise. It might be a little heavy, but I'm not thrilled about all my points in their suits. And it communicates the fourth trump, which may be what partner needs to bid game.
Sven Pride's bidding problem: AJ QT84 T985 J53
I don't understand the appeal of Stayman here at all. The hand evaluates to 6.7 (KnR). If partner has 4 hearts, you'll get to a thin game. If she doesn't, you're probably going down in 2NT or 3NT. For 2=4 in the majors the ...
David Genne's bidding problem: --- KQJ AT986 KT976
I was wondering if anyone would object to the initial double; an immediate 2NT has some merit. Partner started with a double and bid 2NT. I believed he had 19-20 balanced, and not this hand. Yes, looking at T987 I was suspicious, but I chose to trust his bidding and ...
David Genne's bidding problem: 85 QJ AJ43 AKQ94
Thanks for all the input. I have sympathy for opening this 1NT, but I'm firmly in the camp that if you do so, you sit for 2.

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