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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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ATB small slam
yes
What is this double
penalty if your agreement is that you are in a force in this auction. Otherwise, DSI is probably the best description. It would show extra values, with 3 diamonds probably being the ideal sort of holding.
Play in 4!s (IMPs)
There's a reason most play problems don't specify too many tricks of play. Just give the problem from trick 1 Leading a low spade at trick 3 is nearly a claim on 3-1 spades, though not quite perhaps
UI in San Diego?
Given that South had spades, clearly they should have to play in 3 or 4 hearts, since without the ui South might have retransferred
Who underbid?
It seems to me that W cannot be faulted. E might have some idea what is going on. I think they can sort of guess W's shape and hand type, but W doesn't have to be this strong really. E might try 4d I suppose, but I wouldn ...
Unusual action with UI
In practice, it is almost impossible to diagnose with certainty a causal, but not suggestive, link between UI and a wild action. This kind of diagnosis is purely speculative. However I'd stipulate that wild/gambling/unusual actions become more prevalent in the presence of UI, even those not suggested ...
Unusual action with UI
the point is simply that when there is UI, and someone takes an unusual action, we should be alert to it, even if we don't see how the UI suggests that action. After all, there's been lots of discussion for days on this forum about what the UI ...
Unusual action with UI
I think there is a case for looking at not just whether the UI suggested a certain action, but also whether it seems to have caused a certain action (even if it doesn't seem like it should have suggested it) The reason for this is we want to punish ...
Li-Chung Chen's bidding problem: AQ8 KQ983 --- AQ984
I have a slam bid, and a grand slam is impossible I think. I'd bid 4nt and bid a slam when partner shows 1. I don't love 2h, but I understand it. Double is an option. Prefer 2h to 4c by a little I think
ATB - too high and wrong strain (if there is one)
Debatably every bid besides 2s was an issue, but 3nt was by far the worst
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