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Jonathan Cohn
Jonathan Cohn
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Member Since
Jan. 31, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours 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
LC 2/1
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Yearning for a Money Bridge Renaissance
I think someone should organize a money game one night at the NABCs. ACBL doesn't have to have anything to do wit it!
Two chess players walk into a bar
Unsportsmanlike dumping?
Phil Ivey loses his appeal
I think the judges likely made a decent decision based on the 2005 UK law. I think it is a very poor decision based on players sense of tradition and opinion about what gambling is and what cheating is. I hope these casinos in the UK and the US are ...
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: 62 K53 AQJ4 AKJ3
The 2 bidders will get more info from their partners but I think that it will no longer be possible to stop short of game.
Small Ideas regarding ACBL NAP qualification
The ACBL could change either the qualification requirements or the electronic reporting in order to make it easy to know who qualified.
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
Perhaps when playing in the US it was just for fun. They were only payed for their bridge gigs in Europe. :) IANATL
Is Lebensohl on after (2M)-P-(P)-X-(P)-?
I play leb is on unless the doubler is a passed hand. Then Leb is off and I play 2NT as minors.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q65 A954 KQ4 Q75
I think a lot depends on your opening style. If partner invites with 11-12, I think I should show partner I have a fit and a max by raising to 3. I think I'm making game when partner bids it, especially opposite many 5431 hands.
Matthew Campbell's bidding problem: --- JT96542 T95 K72
It depends for me on agreements. Is my 4 to play? If instead its a splinter, I'm a bit stuck. I think I'll follow up with 5 if the opponents bid on.
New Documentary About Bridge — ACES & KNAVES!
I just paypalled you a tiny sum in the last few days. it seemed to work fine.
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