Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for Jordan Lampe

Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
  • 7
  • 2
  • 21
  • 0

Basic Information

Member Since
June 17, 2015
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Live in New York City, starting bridge again after a 15 year hiatus.  Probably best categorized as "almost flight A".  Looking for a semi-serious partnership for local tournaments.

United States of America

Bridge Information

BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
ATB -- Phantom Save
Say South with 0 or 2 tricks on defense passes. North with 0 tricks on defense does what?
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: J75 QT AT542 A52
Sure, but 3 should imply 5 or more of 'em, and deny 3 hearts, so he knows he's in the best fit available.
Alex Hudson's bidding problem: KQxx Txx ATx Qxx
Wouldn't Partner like to know that you have no fewer than three great cards?
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: J75 QT AT542 A52
On which holdings exactly is Partner endplayed? 2524? 2515 with a hand good enough to not use Michaels?
Another What Is This Double?
Couldn't the OP auction therefore be "take out of and NOT " ?
Another What Is This Double?
Is that true? I thought the auction (1)-P-(1)-P-(2)-X showed a hand that didn't have a takeout of clubs, but does have a takeout of clubs and hearts. Usually implying 4-4 or 4-5 in / and less than 3.
Another What Is This Double?
Sure it can. Standard is that (1)-X-(2)-X is takeout for the minors.
John Portwood's bidding problem: J AT6 KJT7652 83
I think I would've bid 3 or passed the first time.
Why would anyone want to do this?
Can I say "all of the first three" choices?
Steve Moese's bidding problem: KQJ964 A5 A AQJ4
On paper it's a 3-loser, and we can bet the K is onside, but how many times exactly do we think we're going to be able to take that finesse? And how many times do we think we're going to be able to ruff those low clubs ...

Bottom Home Top