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David Goldfarb
David Goldfarb
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Member Since
Feb. 25, 2012
Last Seen
19 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Second place in an A/X Swiss, in a field with multiple Grand Life Masters including Eddie Wold and Shawn Quinn.
Regular Bridge Partners
Harry Elliott, Jon Goldberg, Jim Andre
BBO Username
DGoldfarb
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
An Unassuming Club
An Unassuming Club
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Jim Andre and David Goldfarb 2/1 card
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Sheila + David
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Copy of Bridge Winners Standard
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Major Article in Toronto Star
There are a half dozen photos in the article, and the two that show smoking are in black-and-white and are obviously old. I don't think that makes it look like lots of smoking happens today.
Make Them Pay
Kit seems to be the opposite of King Arthur in [i]Monty Python and the Holy Grail[/i]. "One...two...three!" "Five, sire!" "Five!"
Experimenting with weak NT
What do you do after 1N-(X)-P-(2any)? It seems like fourth hand nearly always pulls, and the difficulty of competing sensibly when responder could have any strength is why I demand a business XX.
What is a good grand slam?
Every once in a while, you can go for it based on general strength. I remember a hand that was something like AKx AKQJx KQx xx opposite Qxx xx Axx AKQxx, and we had an auction along these lines: 1 (strong or natural) - 2 (natural, 10+) 2 ...
What is a good grand slam?
The article here doesn't say enough about the conditions of contest. "IMP teams" could be knockouts, or it could be victory points; and if victory points it could use the usual ACBL scale where 28 IMPs is a blitz, or it could use the newer scale with decimal VP ...
What is a good grand slam?
From what I read about him, you need to omit those last six words. I remember an article by George Rosenkranz giving a case where he and his partner encountered a hand which fit their system perfectly: Rosenkranz could count 13 ice-cold tricks. So he bid the grand. When they ...
Wanted: Spectacular mistakes by Swedish star Peter Fredin...!
I assume you have the hand where the opponents were going to play in a splinter bid, and then when Fredin doubled them they went on to bid and make grand?
Extra Trick
Well, I put it up as a poll and double seems to be a clear winner.
Extra Trick
The choice is among bidding on a terrible suit, doubling and very likely getting to a horrible 5 contract, and passing with shape and values. I think that bidding spades seems like the least of evils.
Extra Trick
If declarer is 1=8=3=1 then partner is 5=1=2=5 and might have chosen to bid 4 rather than doubling.
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