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Larry Sealy
Larry Sealy
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 12, 2010
Last Seen
June 25
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1st 2013 Fast Pairs, 2nd 2013 Wernher Open Pairs, WBF World Master
Regular Bridge Partners
Jim Foster, Jim Munday
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Huntsville, AL
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, World Championships
Favorite Conventions
Kickback, XYZ
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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RIP John Potter
John was a real character. Many years ago John was kibitzing or otherwise not playing. There was a director call that went unanswered for awhile. John went over to the table and asked "may I help you?" The opponents asked if he was a director. "No," he said, "but I ...
ACBL's Bob Heller Latest Report
The BoG voted (in KC) to ask the BoD to revisit this.
Usual Kokish sequemce
If the strong hand "knew" they were playing Kokish, and hear 4N over 2, he now "knows" that partner 1) has forgotten their system or 2) he has forgotten their system. There is no possible hand (that I can imagine) that would bid 4N over a Kokish 2 ...
How would you rule?
The director should roll back to 3N. As far as number of tricks to be made in 3N, I don't know if it's reasonable to allow 3N to make or not. I would lean in that direction. South should get written up.
Larry Sealy's bidding problem: KTx AKJx x AKxxx
I think you can safely assume this partner does not have the ace.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: T5 JT986543 86 2
Bergen raises comprise 2 hand types: limit raises and mixed raises. I'm assuming the describer meant mixed raise.
Is this a psyche?
When there are multiple reasons that can be ascribed to the BIT, I tend to decide in favor of the non-offending (or non-BIT, if you like) side. I would not allow the 6 bid and think the person that made the bid should be written up (player memo) and ...
Branislav Protega's bidding problem: AK T9 K87 AQJT92
Yeah, I tried that, also. A bug in the S/W, I guess. :)
Steve Fama's bidding problem: AQ2 AK AJ8653 A5
Yes, there was no rush to bid 3N. I have a flexible hand, so should have started with Dbl.
Aaron J Jones's bidding problem: AKQ KQJ9x AQxx x
Oh, OK.

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