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Greg Earnest
Greg Earnest
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 17, 2013
Last Seen
Aug. 5, 2016
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Becoming Life Master at a regional in New York City at the same time as my wife and regular partner, Meaghin Burke
Regular Bridge Partners
Meaghin Burke
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Oxford Duplicate Bridge Club, Oxford MS
Favorite Tournaments
Tunica Regional, Manhattan Regional
Favorite Conventions
New Minor Forcing, MG Cuebid
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
MG Precision
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Bidding after a 1NT Opening
I read about "condensed transfers" when I studied Fantunes. It's worth a look, but the system I wrote about tries to find a compromise between scientific bidding and standard bidding, making it easier to remember but more efficient at finding the correct contract than standard bids.
Bidding after a 1NT Opening
We used to play a 3/3 response meant game-forcing values and exactly 5 cards. It right-sided the contract when we had a fit. I would consider a double-barreled Stayman system, but that would mean a major overhaul.
Bidding after a 1NT Opening
Hamish, I believe you can play Garbage Stayman in this system without any problems with any 3-suited hand short in clubs. I believe making a game-try and stopping at the 2-level does have value, but most standard systems won't be able to, either. To keep from making a major ...
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