Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for Gil Lafreniere

Gil Lafreniere
Gil Lafreniere
  • 0
    Following
  • 6
    Followers
  • 130
    Posts
  • 0
    Favorites

Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 2, 2011
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
District 18 GNP (San Antonio, Reno)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Regina Duplicate Bridge Club
Favorite Conventions
Drury
BBO Username
gilcaan
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
BW Site Improvements
Would like to be able to clear Your Recent Bridge Problem Answers and Recent Activity
Seeking a Counter Defense
Pass is non-committal denying a five-card major or six-card minor. (subsequent double is penalty) 2 is a transfer to diamonds with competitive values. 2 is a transfer to clubs with competitive values. 2 or 2 is a transfer.
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
Yes, did not realize was replying to M.H.'S comment
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
"being forced to the 3-level with a limit raise opposite a minimum 1-level overcall is a recipe for going minus unnecessarily" Not sure where you get the 3-level from.
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
I suppose there are those that treat 1NT as transfer to clubs.
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
If there's one suit I don't care about losing at the two-level: it's clubs.
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
If you want to assign a meaning to a transfer to opener's suit you may do so.
Transfer Advances After a Major-suit Overcall
To me a transfer limit raise is the same as 1 - (pass) -3 or 1 - (pass) - 3 (Double Raise: Inv per the convention card with three or four-card support)
Transfer Advances After a Minor-suit Overcall
Then you prefer (1) - 2: 2 as natural. Is it to play? Is it forcing?
Transfer Advances After a Minor-suit Overcall
Yes, thought to leave advances of major-suit overcalls for another day.
Not following anyone yet
.

Bottom Home Top