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Jim Munday
Jim Munday
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 27, 2010
Last Seen
11 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Living near Memphis, frequently found on BW or BBO.

Part-time engineering consultant; sports enthusiast, and puzzle maven.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making KO round in 1st US Trials experience
Bridge Accomplishments
1st 2013 Fast Pairs, 3rd Platinum Pairs 2015, 2nd 2013/2015 NAP Flt A, King of Bridge 1984,
Regular Bridge Partners
Sue Munday, Larry Sealy, Richard Pavlicek, Richard Oshlag, Alex Kolesnik, Bill Hall
Favorite Tournaments
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
Paul Linxwiler - Jim Munday
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Richard Oshlag - Jim Munday
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It Doesn't Have To Be Random
You mean the rest of the field didn't open 1?
Obeying signals vs being practical
Partner can't anticipate the entire hand at trick 2, I'll take my sure plus. If partner lets me hold the T, i can shift to a spade then. The only caveat would be if leader could hold KQJ tight. Also note that if leader doesn't have 5 ...
The 5 level belongs to: __________
One of the purposes here was to discuss whether your partnership plays this as forcing to gauge the relative numbers. I'm a little surprised at the early results as i thought the unfavorable vul creates force crowd would be more populous. For those that do playing a forcing pass ...
RR9 - Board 8
In isolation yes, but declarer can afford to lose 2 clubs here (but essentially not 3) which changes things.
An Information Squeeze
Of course Michael might feel differently about that card.
An Information Squeeze
Interesting. Reminds me of a bridge master style deal where the path to success was to play 1 suit, if an opponent showed out then success was a given. If they followed then a 2nd suit could be played safely (given the count) and so on until declarer was home.
Bermuda Bowl RR3: MONACO vs. CHINA
Board 2 was odd as the play in 3N had 11 tricks to declarer routinely but the claim was only for 10. lead, knock out A. Win return, low to A and drive out K. Declarer has 3, 2, 3, and 3. Don ...
How was your first bridge clob experience?
I started at the Bascom Avenue club in San Jose. Al Becker ran a Saturday afternoon novice game, i still recall removing the cards from my 1st board. LHO, taking note of my obvious inexperience, commented something to the effect of every player knows to count their cards before looking ...
Alerting Question for Our 3rd/4th Seat Opener
My partner and i played a potential canape major system (1M was 4 or 5 cards) with the 1 and 1 openers covering multiple hand types. We often pre-alerted the minor openings as they required some discussion but oddly, per ACBL regulations at the time, the major openings ...
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: KJ 862 KJ965 A93
Piling every GF hand into 2 can get unwieldy. Jumps in GF auctions should be specific shapes as they take up room. Thus i'm a 55 GFer as Kieran suggests above.

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