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Jon Green
Jon Green
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Member Since
Sept. 6, 2010
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58 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Living in Melbourne Fl

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Iris' kitchen
Regular Bridge Partners
Norm Rubin, Al Stauber, Ed Spear, Joan Gerard (rip)
Favorite Tournaments
Saratoga Regional (when I lived in NYS)
BBO Username
1jong
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
Rubin-Green
2/1 NV preempts are undisciplined
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Spear-Green
2/1
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_________________ 2 over 1 (except 1!D / 2!C)
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Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Qxxx AJTxx ATx x
How about MI? I suspect East missed the opening bid and thinks West opened a Precision 2D.
Jon Green's bidding problem: 74 JT94 T8742 A6
Call it balancing or reopening. To me there isn't much difference. The thing is that if he passes the auction is over. So if it's right for us to compete it's up to him.
Jon Green's bidding problem: 74 JT94 T8742 A6
I bid 4 at the table but it was not a good spot. Partner may have had less than he might have but he was balancing against 3 when he bid 3.
Reaching 7NT after Exclusion
BTW isn't this scoring format totally insane. It seems to have some popularity in the UK but it would drive me crazy to play it. At IMPs we want to play as safely as possible, at matchpoints we are often going all out for extra tricks. Those differing objectives ...
Help with Bridge Probability
If spades are 3-3 then, after W follows low three times in hearts six of his cards are known. He has seven empty spaces. East is known to have three spades and two low hearts so has eight empty spaces. The finesse is 7 out of 15 to succeed. Note ...
Finish this sentence
The Queen would work spectacularly well when dummy has Kxx and declarer 10xx. If partner has a side ace we take the first 5.
Barry Bragin's bidding problem: QJ743 --- K732 AJ82
It seems like, given partner's passed hand status and our limited strength, that our main reason for entering is to compete for a partial. For that reason double which could catch support in any suit seems better than 2 where a minor fit could be missed. If one ...
Jon Green's bidding problem: KT7 542 843 A542
Ben that was what was explained and actually was what West had, though I do understand your skepticism.
What's your plan?
If you had seen my MSC results so far this year you'd argue even more.
What's your plan?
I definitely would not rebid 2 over a 1 response. I think it's close between the single raise and the reverse but I'd reverse. If we play as many do that partner bids 2 when weak I'll get a chance to bid 2 ...
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