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Kim Gilman
Kim Gilman
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Member Since
Feb. 19, 2013
Last Seen
June 29
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Player and bridge teacher in the Boston area.

United States of America

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Regular Bridge Partners
Robin Hillyard, Zach Grossack, Haven Sharaf, Harrison Luba, Doug Anderson
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Debbie Rosenberg's lead problem: 94 743 JT2 T9742
Thank you Debbie.
Debbie Rosenberg's lead problem: 94 743 JT2 T9742
I often lead a trump after a Stayman auction, in an attempt to reduce declaring side’s advantage of being in a 4-4 trump fit.
Follow-up to "What's the Correct Ruling?"
Hello everyone, thank you so much for all your votes and illuminating comments. I just learned that in consultation with the DIC, the club Director has reversed his decision and changed the score to 6H making 7. Well, yes maybe it should be 6H making 6, as a majority who ...
What's the correct ruling?
Match points.
Follow-up to "What's the Correct Ruling?"
Added 3rd poll choice.
What's the correct ruling?
I want to thank everyone for their votes and comments so far. This happened at a club STaC game and the Director was the owner and has been directing for decades. It is difficult to process such a non-standard ruling. I admit to being disheartened, but all your feedback offers ...
What's the correct ruling?
Joe, the 5N bid confirms all the Aces as it's a grand slam try, but yes the 6H bidder can't know about the HQ and although he reasons that his partner has a concentration of values in hearts and clubs, can't be sure about the HK either ...
ATB small slam
Kevin are you agreeing or disagreeing with Mark?
Seamon Junior USBC Winners
He also won an Open Sectional Pairs event in December, and scored 78% at the club this week!
Gratuitous alerts
Several commentators have expressed the view that Stayman, followed by a jump to 3NT, can be a reasonable action even without a 4-card major, so there's no intent to deceive. Let's say there are players out there who WANT to deceive. Why wouldn't they bid Stayman every ...

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