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Kevin Rosenberg
Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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about me

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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A bad start
This is totally wrong. Behind screens it is recommended to pass the tray before asking questions that won't impact your bid.
Who is to blame for this disaster
3d is a totally different kind of bad bid than the others. So while S didn't bid perfectly, N gets all the blame
ATB Missed Game
West must take a call. East took the low road. 2n is probably smarter, and 3c is fine, but 2c is also a reasonable bid. This is really all on west
Bridge is Sixty Percent Bidding?
I agree that is probably what Garozzo meant, but I felt it was important to make the distinction. If that is what Garozzo meant, I personally don't think it's true (more weight should be given to the play imo)
ATB Precision auction at Matchpoints
I think South should open probably, but I find pass of 2s pretty normal. I mean North had this and game still could go off. North should have bid more since they need so little for game. 3s seems right. I don't like opening anything but 1s
Bridge is Sixty Percent Bidding?
It seems to me that people are claiming that there's more randomness in the bidding, which is why they tend to include the high level card play caveat. Either that, or that it's harder to become a proficient bidder. The second claim might be true I suppose, but ...
ATB - Missed slam
Mostly North since they have a decent play opposite KQxxxx of spades, I don't see how they can pass a slam try. South might have made the stronger move of 4h, but since Mikael says they couldn't, I don't fault them too much for not bidding above ...
Hand evaluation question
I'd partner didn't have a good slam opposite 4 aces, a 21 count with no jacks, and 3 hearts, they shouldn't have tried for slam. In an auction with little room for error, responder should not try for slams that only make opposite the nuts. Else they ...
Grade this call
There should be something between acceptable and borderline crazy. This is that
ATB - Flannery
South was trying to employ a clever tactic of letting east feel like his actions will work, and convincing east to do those actions in the future. However studies have shown that this is unnecessary. One similar player to e with a 99.99% fail rate for such actions was ...
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