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George Hashimoto
George Hashimoto
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Member Since
July 22, 2014
Last Seen
June 16
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Switzerland

Bridge Information

BBO Username
Swisscan
ACBL Ranking
None
GH/MN temp
2 over 1
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I AM SO Embarrassed!
Sunday, June 11 on BBO vugraph, in the Swiss Cup final, declarer had a 7-4 diamond trump fit, missing the Ace and the 5. He had to play this combination for one loser. After having used one trump (the 3) to ruff, he then played the 4 of diamonds, LHO ...
Kickback and 1430
When a minor is trump I play minorwood. If the fit is given at the 4 level without a jump, then redwood (a subset of kickback). All with 1430 for ease of memory.
How would you rule?
Normally NE are on the same side and SW on the other.
Followup to the Well
Dear Jeff, I am a big fan and want to thank you for all you have done for bridge. i hope to have the luck (whether we win or lose) to play your team in the Montecatini senior teams this June. Again, thank you.
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
Peter, the reason I was given for not allowing a natural system that required opening with 0-5 points was that the partnership would be able handle the weak opening better than the opponents as the partnership would have more experience with them. This I understand for a club game; but ...
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
Progress ! :-)
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
It was a version played in my university days, early 1970's, taught to me by Mark Molson. All suit bids at the 2 level were preemptive and promised at least a 5 card suit.
Understanding the Logic and Merit of Strong Pass!
In my youth, when playing in club games for fun in Montreal, I used to play EHAA (every hand an adventure). EHAA is a natural (3 club opening was the only artifical bid and it was a game force and all other openings were natural) but aggressive system. One requirement ...
5-5 in the Majors Over 1NT
Weak - stayman and just pass a 2M response or bid better major over 2D response Invitational - 2D transfer to hearts and then 2S over 2H Game only - 4C direct over 1NT Slam ambition with a singleton - bid stayman and then over 2D response, bid my singleton minor at the 4 ...
A scenario
When undiscussed in unfamiliar partnerships, I tend to bid natural inn sequences such as these.
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