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David Wetzel
David Wetzel
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Member Since
July 9, 2014
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23 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Long ago, in a galaxy far away, my wife and I used to play a lot, and made token appearances in the lower flights of a couple of GNTs and NAPs and such.  Also managed to lose in the finals of the 0-750 knockouts at three straight Spring Nationals, which is harder to do than it sounds.

 

Then kids happened. 

 

Now we don't play much.

 

Country
United States of America

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BBO Username
capn1100
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Do i have the right to look for a slam bidding my (anemic) second suit?
Open 1C, reverse to diamonds, then bid 3NT if I have to. I don’t see what the hurry is.
Do i have the right to look for a slam bidding my (anemic) second suit?
Can I say how much I hate 2NT with that hand? (it’s a lot)
Do i have the right to look for a slam bidding my (anemic) second suit?
I think I’d like to have a higher level of safety in 4NT than this hand gives us; add a queen or so and I think you absolutely can on a four card suit. The worse the suit, the better the rest of the hand required.
Regular vugraph experience
Try that on a phone, let me know how it works for you.
Regular vugraph experience
Put me down for “likes to have as much info about what’s going on as possible”.
Robert Dixon's lead problem: 65 T874 T862 J62
He’d duck to keep communications open so that I can lead another one with the high cards I can’t have? (maybe)
Robert Dixon's lead problem: 65 T874 T862 J62
True, but given the appearance of dummy and rudimentary math skills, I hope partner will have no choice but to shrug and be pleasantly surprised.
Robert Dixon's lead problem: 65 T874 T862 J62
It’s be a shame to hit partner with AK6xx of hearts and block them by leading the four.
Tilman Seidel's bidding problem: A973 KJ72 5 KQ84
First double was obvious, which is all the more reason not to do anything dumb now.
Kursat Ozsahin's bidding problem: KJ73 6 QJ6 AK983
You almost got me to bid 3NT. Then I realized if partner had a decent hand he’s probably short enough in diamonds to have done something.
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