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Jim Olson
Jim Olson
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 14, 2011
Last Seen
20 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Retired Scientist and active bridge student. Avid Bridge World reader and Master Solvers' Club participant. Interested in the use and misuse of bridge simulations...

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Making 3NT vs Meckwell with 19 balanced opposite 4 balanced.
Bridge Accomplishments
Summer NABC Semifinalist GNT Flt B; a few Platinum points; several MSC problems accepted; and, long ago, a 1st round upset win in the Spingold.
Regular Bridge Partners
Dave, Ellen, Jim, Sarah, Bill, Bess
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BBO, KVBA, Easy Aces
Favorite Tournaments
NABCs, MABC July 4th Regional, Gatlinburg, Charlottesville Sectional
Favorite Conventions
Weak NT, Kickback, Italian cue bids, 2/1 GF except after suit rebid, 1969 Precision
BBO Username
jdolson
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Am I just wrong?
Dealmaster Pro uses Deep Finesse for double-dummy analysis of contracts...
A Senior No More?
In 10 years, BBO 8-board robot duplicates will be about my speed.
A Senior No More?
I have never played in nor will I ever play in a Senior event...! (age 74)
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: 43 T2 AKJ732 T63
Most partnerships play 3 preemptive after redouble...
Who should sleep on the couch?
The ACBL Convention Card under General Approach should have a check box for "VERY LIGHT Responses" as well as "VERY LIGHT Openers"... (I would have passed with West's hand).
Who should sleep on the couch?
South has a sound opening bid opposite North's vul vs not at IMPs 1 overcall...
Considing Otpions When Leading Against A Grand Slam.
Deleted...
Develop Tricks
Should NS have been -500? "Where was the cube...?"
Putting it to You
Kx, Axxxxxx, A, xxx: here a 3NT splinter would reveal the perfecto...
Save Bundy's Sanity
Your partner, before bidding over the hesitation, should have asked North if he agrees there was a break in tempo. If North does not agree, partner should have called the director immediately. Most players (particularly at Clubs or Sectionals) do not understand breaks in tempo. As a Grand Life Master ...
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