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Frances Hinden
Frances Hinden
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Member Since
May 27, 2014
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Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I'm based near London, England and fit as much bridge as I can round my day job working in corporate treasury. I'm also vice-chairman of the EBU Laws & Ethics Committee. I play a complex system but find defence and declarer play more interesting than 'assign the blame' bidding problems.

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United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Twice winner of the British Gold Cup and the Camrose, won the English Premier League and the Spring Foursomes. I sometimes play on the English Open team and reached the QF of the 2016 Olympiad
Regular Bridge Partners
Graham Osborne, Jeffrey Allerton
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Wimbledon
BBO Username
Finch
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None
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A Simple (I think!) Question
I play the 10 to show the 1098
What has partner got?
I Played 3s as natural here for years. I still do in the auction 2nt-3c-3h(no major)-3s.
What has partner got?
Very few English people play Smolen
Multi 2!D Defence Revisited
I have played double of the multi as an overcall in either major. It's sort of fun although I am not sure it is the best defence.
What has partner got?
If partner has that hand, they have already made a mistake, as 3 denied a 5-card major.
What has partner got?
I was not at the table
Strong Hand
I would open the hand 1 for two reasons: - My partner won't pass 1 very often; if he does he has long clubs and I expect someone to bid spades. - I don't think opening 2 is any more likely to get to the right spot ...
Against suits, playing 3rd from even, low from odd,
Are you talking about leading against a suit or NT? Against a suit, 3rd from even and lowest from odd will give better count/honour information than the proposed 3rd from any holding. Against NT, I hate 3rd from 4 (although it's popular in Scandinavia) because the pip can ...
what is 4!d?
After a multi opening we pass (or over call in the major or double depending on strength) with diamonds and a major; an immediate 4m is clubs plus linked major and pass then 4m is diamonds plus linked major.
what is 4!d?
David B - you need to live a little. My partner and I deliberately played in the suit opened with a natural weak two by the opponents in the 2003 gold cup final. The auction was 2 3 x 3 p p x all pass. Once I had ...
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