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Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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about me

I live in Sunnyvale California and I'm 22 years old.  I play professional bridge part-time, and just graduated from Berkeley.  I'll be starting a job as a software engineer later in the year.  I've also played a lot of junior bridge representing the USA, and enjoy those tournaments almost as much as anything.

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Standard question
pretty sure a double jump is also a jump... (insert witty analogy here)
Play Problem 5!D
if you cash AD, cross to AH with the hearts split, and play a spade, then yes it seems like you can make if E had ace and W had Q. Really brings up some amazing positions, like the idea of W splitting without both honors, or ducking with both ...
A real coucher
I feel like if you disagree with a previous action to the extent that you don't feel comfortable answering the posed question, then you can abstain. Here, I was able to choose an answer that indicated I didn't like the previous action, and felt comfortable enough saying that ...
A real coucher
if I was favorable (like I should have been to open 1N), I'd now bid 5D. As it was, I guess I'd pass now (or could abstain)
Kevin Rosenberg's bidding problem: QT8x Q98 KJTxx x
3C would be mixed
How to be a better defender
the hand diagram is good, but the posted hand say K32 of clubs and not K10x. This difference is relevant, else you couldn't put up the KC since partner pitched one. Another interesting thing is if you misled declarer about both heart and club lengths, then they will accidentally ...
Brian Zhang's lead problem: T93 T542 KJT5 K3
I like it, every suit is possible
Brian Zhang's bidding problem: T875 AQ7 Q52 KT8
I feel like the weird part of this being a Bluhmer is that your hand didnt exactly "Bluhm" after 3H. I guess the logic would be if 3H implied spade shortage (I don't think it does), then your hand has "Bluhmed", whlie (perhaps) simultaneously making it clear that spades ...
The Greatest Play
Yeah I don't think you've gotten to the good play yet Jim - I'm 1 level further right now, and I'm assuming that what I have is only the good play.
Brian Zhang's bidding problem: T875 AQ7 Q52 KT8
I'm a little nervous bidding 4C in that partner could think I have 4 but a hand that wanted to see if partner could bid 3N over 3D. To be as unambiguous as possible, I would bid 4D at the table I think, but obviously would prefer to bid ...
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