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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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Live in New York City, starting bridge again after a 15 year hiatus. 

United States of America

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Craig Biddle's bidding problem: 7 JT53 KT84 KQ76
Do we play Michaels?
ACBL Inaction Regarding Attracting Younger Members
We had a team of strong youths with few masterpoints and went to play in one of the regional knockout events. We asked to be bracketed "as if" we had 8000 master points, but we were told that it was very, very difficult for the tournament directors to do anything ...
Attitude vs. Count
Declarer seems to have played the 6 on both of the first two tricks.
Failure to Alert
I don't understand how the two sentences: "The director came over and after being appraised of the situation asked each opponent to step away from the table to separately discuss the infraction. After this, the director returned to the table and stated that each opponent had declined to have ...
Weak two openers rebids
Most people play new suits forcing, so I was surprised.
Weak two openers rebids
Even over a weak two?
What should be the ACBL priorities?
If you get $30/year from all members and another $1/session (numbers made up) ... perhaps ACBL prefers the 2nd alternative.
5533 or 5542?
I know I'm off the beaten path with this one... but having played 1 promises 4 except 4=4=3=2 for a few years ... It has made a difference for me ... approximately never. But partner leads the minor I chose to bid more often than not. So ...
Steven Mcgrahan's bidding problem: 65 A92 AQ2 Q9875
I think I'd rather overbid a bit with 2 than wrong side the NT with 2NT.
Redoubling a Balancing Double
Maybe a better question would've been "what is West's X?". I had assumed it was takeout for the reds, but much of the commentary (and the voting?) seems to imply it is for penalties.

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