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Jay Barronen
Jay Barronen
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 24, 2013
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Bridge Goth is a American 30 year old bridge player from Oklahoma who has played on professional teams as well as taught bridge professionally. Through the years as a bridge player he found that had a huge library of hilarious stories that he would like to share with the world about the game of bridge. He also loves to answer bridge questions and help other people out who are looking to improve their game. He has written his own bidding system called The Finnish Club which has been proven successful in tournament play. He is one of the few in the world to be fully versed in the world famous "Fantunes" system. Later he was able to combine to 2 systems and create the highly effective "Finntunes" system, which corrects the many flaws of Fantunes.

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Inventor of: Mylläri, Skipbo, Turunenbo, 5LTFmA2NT, Nightwish, Jansen, as well as the Finntunes system. More information about these provided upon request.

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Country
United States of America
Website
http://bridgegoth.webs.com/

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Finding a score correction to qualify in the Platinum Pairs when we originally did not qualify.
Regular Bridge Partners
Jimmy Cayne
Favorite Conventions
Gazzilli, Kickback, Non serious 3NT, Skipbo, Turbo, Mylläri
BBO Username
BridgeGoth
ACBL Ranking
None
Finnish Club
Finnish Club -- Sound Initial Action
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2/1 Weak NTs
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Cayne
Sound 2/1 with 5 card majors
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Welland-Auken
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Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: AJ3 9542 KQ83 93
My hand is getting worse all the time
Tomaz Adamic's bidding problem: --- AQT76 AQ5 KQ983
Partner could have a couple defensive tricks, like a slow trump trick or 2, and little offensive values, so double is more flexible and caters to more plus scores.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AKQ7 A A7 AKQJ32
I'll win it on another board. There is no upside here.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AJT96532 4 --- K764
Failure to make the correct opening bid = Abstain
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AKQ7 A A7 AKQJ32
I'm also denying my partner and I's God given right to make a mistake, which imo is much higher than the opponents with this collection.
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: 8 A J843 AQJ9832
Why on Earth would 4 be Gerber here? Abstain for unplayable methods.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: 86432 --- T85 Q9742
how can 2 at 50 a trick be a disaster? -150 or even -200 can't be that bad in imps since they rate to make something somewhere. No one has doubled yet, and for all we know, anything past 2 is getting doubled. Even if 2 ...
Assess the blame (12)
4 feels like an overbid, and I don't like 6 either.
Logically you should return which Red?
Who in their right mind is bidding 4 in 2nd seat vul with KQJxxx and full opening values? That is not a bridge bid.
David Boxley's bidding problem: KT73 6 QJT98 AK3
2 seems reasonably safe, although it wouldn't shock me to learn 2 is the winner. Passing 1N isn't on my radar.
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