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Kevin Rosenberg
Kevin Rosenberg
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Member Since
Feb. 23, 2012
Last Seen
Dec. 13
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Bridge Player
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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UI logical alternatives? (Bridgewinners Poll suggests yes, surprising to me)
I think double is penalty but 2d is also natural. Not every hand with diamonds wants to double 1nt.
Is it Restricted Choice?
I would normally finesse unless I know the opponent is a capable player. If I don't know them, then the event I'm in might have some bearing, but I would normally finesse. It would be very different to me if the length were in the dummy. Then i ...
Fu and Li Win Women's Pairs
Multi is a situation where many inexperienced players, especially American players due to our rules, don't know how to bid very well. Then again, most bidding situations are situations where inexperienced players don't know how to bid very well. All I'm saying is multi isn't some ...
Should The Pass be Disallowed after the Pause
If at the table I thought that 4N might possibly have been taken as just keycard, then of course I would roll it back. But if there was no indication that South thought 4n was anything but what he said, then there should be no adjustment.
Fu and Li Win Women's Pairs
Clearly, anyone who plays multi and wins is a dishonest person who knew they were breaking the rules. After all, multi isn't legal anywhere else in the world...
ATB: -500 instead of +1010
I'm guessing 510 would be a good score in any event...
Brad Johnston's bidding problem: A T7432 53 AKJ83
if partner is 6-6 in diamonds and spades, I'm pretty happy with my pass lol. Indeed, if partner is trapping, I'd rather pass than bid 3c
What's this X? (I believe I know the answer, but conflicting claims have been made).
I was speaking based on experience talking to other players about the auction - but my sample size is pretty small I guess.
What's this X? (I believe I know the answer, but conflicting claims have been made).
This is one double I really love to play as penalty, but I think it's probably more standard to play as t/o. Honestly, I think you need an agreement...
Trick 2 Defense
ducking feels completely intuitive to me. We have no entry, and partner probably has a second club to play - I would duck trick 1, and would actually abstain here. The fact that it's a poll what to play trick 2 also indicates we should have ducked trick 1.
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