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David Goldfarb
David Goldfarb
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 25, 2012
Last Seen
2 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
2 over 1
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Sheila + David
2 over 1
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Copy of Bridge Winners Standard
2 over 1
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David Goldfarb's bidding problem: K964 AJ85 KT75 T
Is there an argument that by passing the double, I have shown my hand: I have both majors, I have little or nothing extra, and partner should at this point be placing the contract?
Trivia quiz: how high (or low) will you go?
As did I.
What is this double?
"We can raise directly on three" is a reasonable argument, but I've seen it said that distinguishing between 3 and 4 with opener is useful, so that responder can tell how high to compete based on the Law of Total Tricks. For my part, I play 12-14 notrumps, and ...
Bid these hands in a 2/1 context
If you play the methods that Fred Gitelman advocates in his "Improving 2/1 Game Force" series, after 1-2; 2-2, it is then impossible to play in 3NT: the bid is necessarily Serious 3N. Yes, it means that you give up on playing 3NT in auctions ...
Bid these hands in a 2/1 context
1S-2C; 2H-2S; 3C-4H (splinter); 4S-P.
Multiple Promotions
Typo on page 11: "mede".
Stefan Olausson's bidding problem: AJT QT2 A82 Q764
Opposite your sample hand, 3 is a favorite to make, and if it does go down, the opponents can make quite a lot in clubs. Why not make it harder for them to decide on bidding a club contract, by raising hearts?
BBO Survivor: Complicated 6NT
One thing I didn't realize when I was writing the article: this was [i]my[/i] hand 11. It wasn't played as a duplicate.
BBO Survivor: Complicated 6NT
I don't think that makes any real difference to the play of [i]this[/i] hand, but it's an excellent point.
Bridge vs Magic
I'm going to guess...that the players use their pre-constructed decks of cards to play a game of Magic: the Gathering against each other. It's possible to play Magic with more than two players at a time, but it's really designed to be a 1 vs. 1 ...
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