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Ken Mohr
Ken Mohr
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 29, 2011
Last Seen
July 30
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
leading Nickell team at half in Spingold
Bridge Accomplishments
GNT championship flight Dist winner,many regional wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Ivan Figuereo
Favorite Conventions
lebensohl,last train,serious 3nt
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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All the aces
I don't see anything better than ♦A, A♠, ♠ruff, ♥K pitcher ♠,♣A, ♠ruff,♣, which seems only to lose with clubs 1-4 or 0-5. Or a major (71).Or is it better to return to hand with a ♥ruff than a second ♣?
Bad Timing
♦A-Q, pitch ♠ if not covered,♦ ruff, ♠A, cross ruff ♠ and ♣ to four card ending. If ♦Q is covered, you have to return to hand with ♠A, pitch ♠ on ♦J and crossruff again
Bad Timing
Maybe a clue from " what's the best lead"? I think you can make if rho is something like ♠KQJx ♥- ♦xxxx ♣AKJTx, which might qualify for "aggressive but not insane". If you come down to ♥QT ♣xx and ♥Ax ♦xx with the lead in hand you make, but I think ...
what do you call this play?
Declarer missed a countermeasure which would have foiled the carpet coup. After a H to the K, he should have ruffed the 10C felling E queen (again).
What is your favourite bridge hand? (At the table)
Oops, yes was 1075.
What is your favourite bridge hand? (At the table)
My favorite was AQxxxx AKQx Ax A. Vul vs not, it went 3H on my left, and pard bid 4D. I bid 7NT and dummy had x - KJTxxxxx KQJTx. RHO had 4234 with SK and was squeezed, a spade lead would have beaten it.
Play problem in 3NT
I was worried too about RHO playing club ace. There might be some merit in leading the CK from hand, especially against good opps there's a good chance it's ducked. It's a play I wouldn't think of at the table I don't think.
If you play Reverse Flannery by Responder
I play it as a transfer to 2S, either to play or some GF.
Play problem in 5!D
Actually it does W no good to play a club honor the first round, you switch to spades and E is endplayed.
Plan the play at IMP pairs
I suppose some might cash the HA playing you for KQ tight and then 3Nt makes. Playing the J from QJT often makes it easier for opening leader.

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