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Franklin Silver
Franklin Silver
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 30, 2014
Last Seen
Dec. 11, 2019
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Just getting back into real bridge after quitting in 98. Now in Boynton Beach, FL.  

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Lot of Regional wins.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
None really.
Favorite Tournaments
Regionals and NABC's
Favorite Conventions
Lots and Lots. Transfers, singleton showing bids, to many to list.
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
Silver Adelman 2016-07-09
Last Train; Fast Arrival; NAMYATS; FIT JUMPS BPH & in Comp.
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Adelman Silver 2016-10-20
Last Train; Fast Arrival; NAMYATS;FIT JUMPS BPH and in Comp.
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Silver Adelman 2016-10-20
Last Train; Fast Arrival; NAMYATS;FIT JUMPS BPH and in Comp.
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Bill Papa's bidding problem: AQJ73 J QJ54 J63
Overtrick? Maybe not.
Arijit Hazra's bidding problem: 6 A9876 AT6 T632
I want to make the strongest bid I can without committing to game. 3D seemed right way to do it. Partner might not have anything is spades. xxxx, KQxx, x, KQxx is subminimum for his hand.
Jay Barronen's bidding problem: AKQxxx Kxx AKQx ---
I would expect to play in 3N after I bid 3S.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: 952 AQ87 T763 K9
I have played Flannery. It is better to bid your short suit instead of your fragment. A double of the fragment can be costly. A double of a short suit can not hurt even if they have defined what a double of the short suit shows. It is rather unusual ...
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: T96 AK 65 AJ7542
I can't have 4 spades. The issue becomes would I be better in Spades, Hearts, or Clubs. I choose spades.
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: T96 AK 65 AJ7542
Sorry, Yes I meant 3 spades, not 4.
Türker Tarhan's bidding problem: 73 K82 AQ65432 4
misclick .. 3D
Brian Davies's bidding problem: 98764 QJ932 --- 975
If I chose to bid it would have been 1 Spade.
Alex Hydes's bidding problem: K AQ9653 K9432 5
Tricky problem. I am concerned with the decision if the opponents went to 5 Spades.
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: K3 75 T96 KQJ973
In my partnerships once two suits have been bid by the opponents all suit bids are natural. Thus 2C. Otherwise,pass
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