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Jonathan Cohn
Jonathan Cohn
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 31, 2011
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I live in Omaha. Nebraska and enjoy playing bridge.  When I'm not at the table, I like playing games with my son and daughter who are 6 and 5.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
The House of Cards and The Omaha Bridge Studio
BBO Username
jmc
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Cohn - Clements
[BIG] Precision with transfer positives [/BIG]
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Jonathan and Billy
2 over 1
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Cohn - Reetz 2/1
[big]2 over 1[big]
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LC ABC
Larry Cohen 2/1
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Balanced Hands Defend?
Always risky to criticize another man's sample size.
Recommendations to the ACBL re Zero Tolerance
Several times a tournament I move for the next round and say hello to the opponents. They ignore me completely and chat with partner. I greet them again and ask where they are from. I am often ignored again. Sometimes at this point I become really friendly and keep talking ...
Paying Double!
I thought it was prohibited in the ACBL to be entered in two events at once. Was I mistaken?
Rich Newell's bidding problem: AQ83 J2 KT AK942
I have heard many play the jump to 3NT as 15+ to 17 and they bid 2nt with 11-14 or 18-19 planning to bid 4NT over 3NT with the bigger balanced hand.
Hotel room in Atlanta
lol
Web Movement?
Ed, a normal Web Movement is still a two winner movement. NS have a winner and EW have a winner. So the payouts don't change vs your standard Mitchell. Some above arrow switch to make it a one winner movement.
Rich Newell's bidding problem: QT864 7432 J852 ---
I hope partner isn't 3-3-2-5.
Jonathan Cohn's bidding problem: AKT75 AQ875 AQJ ---
I posted this problem because I think it is difficult for the strong hand to bid 7. If we cue 4 partner will bid 5 and I assume we then cue either 5 or 6. Should partner know to go holding xx, kxxx, kxxxx, xx?
David Libchaber's bidding problem: AQJT9 A6 KQ2 AQJ
If its not forcing then doesn't 3NT have to show something like 6-10? If so, doesn't 4NT make sense?
David Libchaber's bidding problem: AQJT9 A6 KQ2 AQJ
What is the range of the 3NT bidders hand? Assuming 3 is forcing would 4NT have been quantitative by responder? Can responder have 0-9 here? 0-10? I don't think all of this is 100% clear to me, a non-expert. I do know that I likely have an ace ...
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