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Ed Judy
Ed Judy
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Member Since
Aug. 21, 2011
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Bridge Player
about me

"Favorite Bridge Winners profile:

"Love wife, bridge, sports, a great food and a good wine, not specifically in that order."

(Paul Weinstock)

 

Favorite Bridge Winners article:

"Real Rewards" (Peg Kaplan)

 

Favorite self-quote: "My knowledge of the game exceeds my ability to perform at the table."

 

Favorite accomplishment: An open regional Win with a "B" partner

 

Goals:(1) A Mini-Spingold Final (2) A regional top-b

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ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
Ed Judy and Barry Margolin
2 over 1 with Walsh Diamond and NMF
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Copy of Devere - Judy
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Copy of Ed Judy & Bob Benson
2/1 with Walsh Diamond & NMF Agreements
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Ed Judy and Gary Donner
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Copy of LC Standard
LC Standard
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Copy of Bridge Winners Standard
2 over 1
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To Show or Not To Show?
I don't look and try not to even hear but, per Bob and others, WE SHOULD GIVE CLUB PLAYERS WHAT THEY WANT.
To Show or Not To Show?
Time and again, it seems that a majority (about 70-80%) of club member players prefer showing. (Edited to fix nitpick below.)
Jeopardy Calendar bridge question
Amusing. Time for your wife to upgrade her bridge calendar a notch:)
Overcalling 1NT with a singleton
Michael, Can you elaborate on the Jeff Meckstroth comment at the committee meeting. I wonder if something isn't in proper context.
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
A notation: The hand that Frances cites as realistic for responder -- Ax x QJx AKQJxxx -- makes 13 tricks in clubs or in notrump and, randomly, is odds on to make 9 tricks in hearts by the opponents. Soften responder's hand to Kx-x-Qxx-AKQJxxx -- We now have, randomly: 12 tricks in ...
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
East is bidding 2H for one or more of these reasons: 1) To direct a heart lead or to double a later enemy bid to deny one 2) To suggest a high-level sacrifice 3) To mess up the enemy's auction It appears he has been successful.
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
Ulrich, Then you should pass. I lean toward my view.
what is the correct opening bid
Robinson's style pays off at the five-level but pays off more frequently at lower levels where you need it most, most often. You are able to show shape after opening 1M and bidding and rebidding a minor. All in all, his views emphasize partnership understandings.
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
Frances: Indeed, but might not partner now infer that you don't have a heart control? True, over partner's 4S you can now bid 5H or pass 5C. All in all, I haven't been persuaded that it's best to pass 2H. Too much to gamble to go ...
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
2NT. If I didn't have a heart trick I would have bid 2S. If there were no interference after 2C, I would bid 2S (denying as many as 5 diamonds).
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