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Ed Herstein
Ed Herstein
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 13, 2010
Last Seen
Oct. 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me
I've been addicted to bridge since I was first introduced to it in high school. Over the years, I've come up with a number of bidding ideas, some of which have been published in The Bridge World.
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Attending the Canadian Nationals
Bridge Accomplishments
3800 MPs
Regular Bridge Partners
Jonathan Fleischmann, Yi Ouyang, Mike Graham, Gargi French
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Ann Arbor Bridge Club
Favorite Tournaments
Canadian Nationals, Motor City Regional
Favorite Conventions
Fit jump shifts
BBO Username
Fasteddy
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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An awkward hand type
I prefer 2 - 2/ ; 2, followed by 3 (inv.) if pard bids 2NT
Advancing a Nebulous 2!C Response
With club length, responder may continue with 2, 3 or 3 if he'd rather show than ask (updated above).
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 1)
That seems like a good answer to me, except that it probably wrong-sides 3NT when pard holds a spade stopper. Is this worth worrying about?
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 2)
This poll was for people who didn't vote for 2NT in the first poll.
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 2)
David has it correctly -- sorry for the confusion.
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 2)
But would there be a minimum hand where you wouldn't bid 3 at this point with 4?
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 1)
Sorry if I made the auction seem confusing -- it's opener's rebid after pard's negative double.
Problem hands after 1!c - 2!s - X (Part 1)
I wouldn't argue with you, but some of my partners have complained that Qxx was insufficient.
Ed Herstein's bidding problem: Axx 98xx Q AKJTx
Responder can be have 4 hearts and 5+ diamonds if invitational or better.
Another approach with balanced 18-19 HCP hands
We open 1, but it isn't a "short club" since we'll then have at least 3 of them.
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