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George Klemic
George Klemic
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Member Since
Jan. 30, 2012
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18 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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United States of America

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pacman256
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Sapphire Life Master
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Georgiana Gates's bidding problem: J872 Q953 A32 K4
2NT followed by 3NT, to suggest 4S but a desire to play 3NT. Slight overbid, but rates to work out
Why aren't you playing in the USBF Trials?
I live less than 20 minutes away from the playing site, but the trials aren't on my radar at this point. Main reasons: 1) unknown time commitment...I may not expect to win, but I feel that there's always a chance of advancing 2 or 3 rounds in ...
True North American Championships Coming
A post from the ACBL looks very official, but if possible, please confirm that this has nothing to do with today's date
George Klemic's bidding problem: --- KJT98 K98 96432
This hand came up in the first session of the Silodor open pairs. Partner's hand was AKQT86 53 T64 Q8. No action was taken the first time, with a hand that looked strong enough to run spades off the top against 1NT (or 3NT), but ...
Open Kansas City Discussion Thread
I actually thought that was one of the more interesting double dummy problems as well. I didn't work out every variation of defense but have the basic solution. I was on defense on this hand, where declarer opened 4S and went down.
I'm Still Alive
just last weekend Larry Cohen was on my D13 GNT team. We didn't win but had a respectable showing
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: A4 5432 AQ65 752
2 at my first opportunity followed by 3 to show this hand
Prefer to play in 4 Hearts or 4 Spades?
on the given deal closer to passing 2 than bidding either game with a 1st seat none vul weak 2
Alec Fettes's bidding problem: AK984 J85 J6 Q54
isn't this dbl something approximating 10hcp, 3-4 clubs and no obvious other bid, be it a spade raise or decent 5+ suit? It seems natural to defend given they bid my 2nd best suit.
George Klemic's bidding problem: AQJT82 84 AJ87 Q
So, it's been a few days, so time to share the other hand. Partner held: 9 AK53 KT653 752. It looked like the majority were going to bid 2, and partner has no idea to suggest any higher at pairs. If you bid 2, partner can raise ...
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