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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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Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Q32 9643 J832 76
The issues are defining double and 2NT. It's hard to answer this question without knowing our agreements or lack thereof on the matter. Personally, I'd play x is takeout and 2NT is natural. So I'd be forced to choose between 3d and 3h. 3c is a good ...
Ankur Rathi's bidding problem: A76 K6 K AKJT763
I'm passing but I'm very surprised by all the 6c bids. 6NT seems very reasonable
Bid after partner's break in tempo
you're 1363 - seems like 13 to me...
Bid after partner's break in tempo
I'd argue that there really is no hand that passes 4S but has a clear pull to 5D unless they meant it to show slam interest or lack thereof (depending on agreement) here obviously they had no agreement about passing and pulling, but if anything, they'd assume it ...
Fake it 'til you make it
One point is that after you won the second trump in dummy, playing a diamond to the king and a club is at least technically quite risky if this gets won, and they play a diamond to the ace and another diamond through. I understand it feels as though this ...
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?
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