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David Genne
David Genne
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 25, 2012
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Will be representing District 6 in Columbus (NAP)
Regular Bridge Partners
Sven Pride, Vincent Wilmot, Lou Reich
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Washington Bridge League
Favorite Conventions
Any time you can use transfers in competitive auctions
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Do defensive beers count if diamonds are trumps?
Yes, as long as the contract is defeated.
How to find the queen?
60% of the time, it works every time.
David Genne's bidding problem: KJ 752 JT8 AKJT9
Sorry: Qx KQT. Axxx xxxx
David Genne's bidding problem: KJ 752 JT8 AKJT9
I bid 3C at the table. Partner held Qx KQT Axx xxxx and had to act over (2S) - 3C - (4S) He tried 5C, which was doubled for -500. At the other table, first seat did not pre-empt with Txxxxx of spades. 3NT was bid and made without a spade lead ...
Not sure
The thing that stands out the most: Doubling and bidding 2, while strong, is not enough. You're good enough to double and then cuebid diamonds. Imagine if partner had passed 2 holding JT Kxxx xx xxxx. You'd feel sick. (By the way, if I were told ...
Questions about 1NT overcalls
I've never played Meckwell, and I have switched all my partners to Woolsey/Robinson, but many of the principles are the same. 1.) Do you ever allow a single-suit to be a strong 5 card suit? Does it have to be 6+ cards? I do not. 5-3-3-2 is no ...
Questions about 1NT overcalls
Using 2 for both majors is a lot better than 2 for majors. You'll use this bid frequently with 5-4, and what is partner supposed to do with 2-2 or 3-3? Over 2, make a wild guess. Over 2, bid 2 asking partner to ...
Katherine Todd's bidding problem: A9542 T3 --- AJT872
There are two reasonable schools of thought on dealing with 5M-6m. A lot of people in this thread are strongly in favor of opening the minor... If you agree to always open your 5-card major, it may hurt you some on the 5-6 hands. But I've seen a lot ...
Katherine Todd's bidding problem: A9542 T3 --- AJT872
And the opponents might have tried to balance 2H, which would have been an even better dream.
3C/3D response to 1 NT (15-17)
Dan, you need to switch to Low-Information Puppet. 1NT - 3C (LIP) 3D = no 5 card major. Zero, one or two 4-card majors. 3H = 5 hearts 3S = 5 spades After 1NT - 3C 3D - 3M = I have 4 of the other major Can't be used when responder has two four card ...
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