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Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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Cupertino California, son of Debbie and Michael Rosenberg, "aspiring" bridge player who plays too much on BBO without learning a lot probably

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High-level defense problem
This seems like reasonable intuition to mislead declarer. It seems clear the only hand we should care about is one where they have a diamond guess, as they can hardly fail on any other hand. Another approach is to win the AS and play back a low spade. This will ...
Spade switch
Personally I think the idea for which you are advocating is distinctly "un-standard". If my partner returned the 2, I would think it DENIED a 5 card suit, because standard is to return original 4th best with a 5 card suit I believe. While returning the 9 from A9xx or ...
Spade switch
This contract seems like it should be beat. West, since they actively want a shift, should probably return the 9H. Yes, this play is not clear, but returning the 2 looks in my opinion too risky. If W returns the 9, it's REALLY easy because E will shift, and ...
How would you rule?
4hx should make 6 on the KC lead, just losing 1 spade taking a ruffing hook in clubs and hearts (even best defense of ducking the club twice I can the last club high). Roll-back seems pretty clear, though I understand N may be a very weak player (based on ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: K532 AQT9632 3 A
invitational to what? If it's forcing, aren't you forcing to game? So what other game could you play?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: K532 AQT9632 3 A
are the 3H bidders assuming it's forcing? I would play it forcing opposite an unpassed hand, and I guess here too, but wouldn't risk it either way without discussion. Don't see the huge benefit anyway except for finding a spade fit, but that seems pretty unlikely. Slam ...
Eric Leong's bidding problem: --- AJ8653 AKJ93 52
I always am bidding 6H. If I could ask for the AC I might do that so I have the option to bid 7... Even if partner does have the AC, 7 might not make though. Bidding 3c probably increases our chance of making 6H if we are off the ...
Joshua Donn's bidding problem: Ax J Q9xxx AQTxx
I think in general with this shape, we should play 5D, not 3NT. This hand seems to favor 5D even more than average probably... More importantly, if I bid 3S, I don't feel good about passing 3NT anyway. So I might as well just bid 5D. Giving a fairly ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: 963 --- AKQJ64 Q864
while down 3 is a real possibility, it seems worth it to be a tough opponent here and make them guess. I don't really expect to beat 4H as I've seen the responder have 3 or 4 hearts many times before on this auction, and it seems like ...
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: Q63 AKJ82 AK2 A5
partner cannot seriously be expected to bid 5NT on every hand with a first round spade control over 5S. That is catering some imaginary system to the hand I hold. 5NT by partner would show interest in grand. Partner will probably not be able to bid 5NT with most hands ...
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