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Drew Casen
Drew Casen
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Member Since
April 4, 2011
Last Seen
22 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Bridge has been my life. I thank God that my craft can also be my profession.

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
5 National Championships (and 16 runner-ups), Cavendish Pairs, Cavendish Teams, Silver Medal in Rosenblum 1990.
Regular Bridge Partners
Jim Krekorian,John Onstott,Josh Donn,Jacob Karno,Paul Rosenblum,Nanette Noland
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Metarie Club (New Orleans), Baton Rouge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Rosenblum Cup, Cavendish Pairs
BBO Username
Drewsky
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Yuan Shen's bidding problem: J32 K3 AK42 AJT5
I play 1NT is 11-16 with a 2C range ask from partner allowing me to show 11-12,13-14,or 15-16. After that we have stayman, re-staymen, trans fers, smolen, etc. etc. etc.
Drew Casen's lead problem: AJT97x AJ2 63 42
North south were Lauria-Versace. If you trust their bidding, then partner cannot have a club stopper because there are simply not enough points in the deck for that to be the case. You know you can likely beat this hand if partner has any of the following: Heart king + spade ...
Handicapped Regional Knockout Rules
Jim, I have always said that everything happens for a reason. In this case we got to win the Bracketed Swiss the next day.I have often cheered up a teammate in a swiss team event by thanking them for going down in a cold game and therefore getting us ...
Handicapped Regional Knockout Rules
The 2nd KO started yesterday, and the Directors informed us as we started playing that there would be handicaps, AND notified us what the handicaps would be during the first half of play. Bravo to the competent directors for handling it properly.
Drew Casen's lead problem: QJ83 T72 A94 T86
Not as hard as you think. (1) partner does not have a 5 card major because he did not overcall. (2) He is "PUSHING THE ENVELOPE' with this double (he thinks you might have more and is protecting you, but YOU know you ain't got it). (3) He must ...
Spawned by a hand in the newspaper
If Jimmy Krekorian doubled 3H, he would have a strong NT with a singleton spade. Passing is competition to show a minimum is a concept that we understand. Bidding is competition to show extra shape is another concept we understand. Doubling in competition to show extra points is another concept ...
Is this forcing?
A lot depends on what the partnership agreement is about how much the 2D response in competition promises. Many play that 10 HCP and a 5 bagger is enough. In THAT case, their is a stonger arguement to play 4D as non-forcing. MY preference is to play that the 2D ...
Who underbid?
I am curious as to what point count range you assign to 2NT natural. Seems to me that showing a hand with both minors comes up a lot more frequently than a hand that wants to get to 3NT between 2 bidding opponents AND that can't start with a ...
Who underbid?
What do you want from East. He has a bad hand. West has the goods and passing 1NT simply postpones his problem. West should step up and bid 2NT over 1NT, then east can get excited and bid 4D which west will gladly raise to 5D. I blame West here ...
Drew Casen's bidding problem: AQ9xx QJT9x Tx T
Why I doubled. Yes, we know I am light on HCP. A 4C que bid seems too agressive . However, I have the offensive values to compete, and I am the one with shortness in clubs. Sure this could backfire, but passing and hoping that partner balances is like dreaming. Furthermore ...
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