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Larry Sealy
Larry Sealy
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 12, 2010
Last Seen
5 hours ago
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, Bryan Howard
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Huntsville, AL
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, World Championships
Favorite Conventions
Kickback, XYZ, Good-Bad 2N (yes a bad name), Power 2N after 1M-1N, Intermediate Jump Overcalls at 3-Level when Vul, Mixed Raises (whenever possible).
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Steven Gaynor's bidding problem: J52 K93 J52 J642
I can't take advantage of partner's ethical lapse. I have to assume partner doubled a weak 2. If I play Lebensohl, I bid 2N, otherwise, 3.
József Szikszai's bidding problem: 32 A9652 K9 AJ43
If I go there will be trouble.
For those of a certain age
I really liked that show, but then again, I liked John from Cincinnati, which lasted only one year.
For those of a certain age
Yeah, typo.
ATB - -930
West entered The Twilight Zone.
For those of a certain age
Ray Romano, Scott Bakula, Andre Baugher.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: J62 T5 KQ875 QJ2
Unless playing non-standard (e.g., Power 2N), partner could have to manufacture a JS with <4 and more than 5 . I'll give him some room.
Larry Sealy's bidding problem: QT983 83 AJ987 9
I thought 1 was the right bid opp. a passed partner. It had unintended benefits. If you bid 1, it goes (2)-(4). You're through. Over 1, lefty made a neg Dbl. Partner bid 5, -500. Luck that he had a huge fit ...
Larry Sealy's bidding problem: QT983 83 AJ987 9
I'm sure the odds of that are high.
Larry Sealy's bidding problem: QT983 83 AJ987 9
I'm surprised that (opposed a passed hand) there are no votes for 1 - the suit you would prefer led.

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