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David Sackett
David Sackett
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Member Since
Oct. 3, 2015
Last Seen
July 14
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Running on 80.  Learned Bridge in College.  Took 20 years off while my kids grew up.  Now partnered for life with my favorite bridge partner.  

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The half dozen times when a hypothetical inference was successful
Bridge Accomplishments
Won a few regional events. Never a National
Regular Bridge Partners
Darcy White, Jeff Taylor, Richard Catero
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Prescott (AZ) Adult Center
Favorite Tournaments
Penticton, Seaside, Riverside
Favorite Conventions
The ones that work
BBO Username
dhsackett
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
Darcy White P425422 Dave Sackett Q701717
Precision
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David Sackett's bidding problem: KJT6 J KT8643 K5
were the only plus score EW. Shrug.
Easy ATB, but how should the auction have gone?
How many matchpoints was 7 worth/
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A4 Q5 AQ9543 KJ7
Yes!
Brad Rind's bidding problem: A743 J9875 7 AJ7
"Don't bid bad suits on bad hands" Terence Reese
Futile Willie?
Thanks for inserting a bit of humor
Bidding Options
I don't know. perhaps a good question. i thought maybe this was the point of your poll.
Bidding Options
1 NT RANGE?
David Sackett's bidding problem: 7 AKT7 QT985 T97
That certainly works here. I have never had that agreement. PS opener had a 2 loser hand.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: K986 AT85 76 T97
Is this a laws supported legal decision? I would have thought it allowed.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: AK862 Q85 A743 5
It seems to me that the 4Nt put you in charge when you have no idea whether 7 is there. In our methods 5 would show 1st or 2nd round control of both minors. Might win, might not, but partner would make the final decision.
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