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Larry Robbins
Larry Robbins
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March 23, 2015
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March 25
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Bridge Player
about me

I still love to play, altho I do worry about the future of our game; I am a neurologist, with a headache center just North of Chicago, and avid hockey player.....

I have won a # of national team titles, including the Trials in 1996(represented the US in Rhodes that year).....

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Gold Life Master
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This doesn't happen in the textbooks.
With the reverse, partner rates to have only 3-4-5 points; the best hope is that declarer is void in spades, cannot get there; K of clubs makes a little more sense with Ax in dummy.....
Congratulations Sharon Osberg and teammates
very very nice.......
Chester Johnson RIP
Nice guy and a good player........
slip of the tongue ?
"thought-wave"......unique expression......
Both SOS....These XX's at levels lower than game are almost always SOS...If you are pretty sure you will make, do you really want to give them a chance to run? You can make a case for(rarely) a "pseudo-business" XX, mostly after bidding 3NT in a competitive ...
What is the bridge system that has most impressed you?
Ian, I actually do have a system for this hand(sort of): I play "Robins Nest"(written up in Bridge World), GF, opening 3NT=6+ spades, 5+ another suit, 1 to 5 loser hand only; I would open 3NT, partner bids 4 clubs(usually) to find out 2nd suit; if ...
Fantoni Nunes and the German Doctors...
(About D.Gold's comment): , there has been doubt cast upon the "Rat" theory of bubonic plague.....
...and This Double is?
Action, takeout, usually with tolerance....Yes, these low level auctions, we can sometimes nail them BUT...more often we want to compete, if you save these for penalty, you just cannot compete with many hands(Jx Axx Qxxxx Kxx)....
Plan the Play 6N IMPS
I would play the A of spades first; then come back to hand for a spade to the Q; I want to lose a spade to E, so a club cannot come on thru.......
At times...
If you do that prior to pulling trumps, you may risk a spade ruff; presumably S would have led a stiff spade; on the other hand, by pulling trumps, S will have another shot to discard the Q of spades when we use a diamond entry to ruff out the ...

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