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Dominic Cooke
Dominic Cooke
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Member Since
March 24
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Bridge Player
about me

Young bridge player taking an interest in the game.

Often delusional about how good I am at this game, but I make enough wild errors to puncture my inflated ego on a regular basis.

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making 6HX-6 for -1400 at a Year End Congress. My partner was declaring, but it was very much me who got us there.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Reading Bridge Club
Favorite Conventions
Flemish Twos, I guess. They're cute. Maybe Major Flash?
BBO Username
dozydom
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You be the judge(classier than ATB I think)
I believe most of the comments don't actually recommend jumping to 6 after 3NT. One hopes they might find out about the two missing aces somewhere along the line, even if there is no opening hand without an ace that's particularly consistent with N's bidding.
You be the judge(classier than ATB I think)
Actually the more I look at it the more N's bids make S look sensible and sane. Oops. Maybe I've been conditioned to blame S by playing N all evening. EDIT: No, I was mistaken. The more I look at it the more all the calls in the ...
My second ATB
They don't, John. I believe the idea is that your partner runs, or "takes you out" if you will.
You be the judge(classier than ATB I think)
N's grievous misbidding shouldn't stop S from dragging them into a slam of some kind, hence why I didn't mention it.
You be the judge(classier than ATB I think)
I believe the fault is for missing what looks to be a good slam in clubs. On most auctions with these hands I wouldn't find much fault in either of them - it doesn't look like an easy or obvious slam to bid. However, on this auction I'm ...
Ethics Problem
As polls go... I have seen better.
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: A97 AK7 3 KQ9874
Possibly another jack?
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: A97 AK7 3 KQ9874
I believe he had 6 hearts to the ten, the spade king and club jack, and no singleton.
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: A97 AK7 3 KQ9874
I resent the assumption that I was South here. I was, but the point still stands.
Challenging the Advice to Rebid 2!D with Almost Any Hand with 5+ Diamonds after 1!D-2!C
Then get the worse opponent on lead.
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