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Lynn Harris
Lynn Harris
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Member Since
July 17, 2013
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6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Marketing professor for 40 years.  Last 30 at Shippensburg University.  Golfer who used to be good, but has declined.  Times when I think I should be playing golf when I am playing bridge, and times when I think I should be playing bridge when I am golfing.  Love to think of bidding sequences which are available. I like to put pressure on the opponents (and sometimes on partners).

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United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
How good the games were at Paul's B.C. in Culver City. Winning a whole master point was great.
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Harrisburg Bridge Club
Favorite Conventions
Astro Cue bid, Jump Q bid to indicate limit raise+ (simplifying Q bid meaning)
ACBL Ranking
None
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Craig Zastera's bidding problem: 3 AQ9752 AK96 64
And where did you get your "definitive" info?
Steve Valencic's bidding problem: KJ75 AJ943 7 AQ8
Not correct Richard. It states that I have a good hand for S. Partner can bid 3S to play.
Steve Valencic's bidding problem: KJ75 AJ943 7 AQ8
3D. is commonly used to show a very good raise vs. a 3S bid to show a weaker raise. It depends on how you play a cue-bid.
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: 3 AQ9752 AK96 64
2D. Partner knows we have 5H, but does not know anything else about our hand. At the slight risk of partner temporarily not knowing about our 6th H, partner knows we have D cards. Instead of knowing that we have 6H, partner knows that we have 5H and a minimum ...
Steve Valencic's bidding problem: KJ75 AJ943 7 AQ8
By weak do you mean less than 6 hcp? If the answer is no, why?
Mike Doecke's bidding problem: A AKT84 A5 KQJ82
So X of 3S and partner passes when we might have a cold slam. That would not be an optimal contract.
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: AQT93 KJT3 T KJT
Always nice when you can be a result merchant. How do you penalize 3D in this situation?
John Liukkonen's bidding problem: JT AJT AT98 J852
Would not do this bid with you, rest assured. You probably have enough headaches. 3NT was bypassed, so not a C,D hand. As stated before, no jump expressing a D hand. C were not mentioned, so what else is left?
John Liukkonen's bidding problem: JT AJT AT98 J852
Because we do not know the relevant length of S and H. That is the whole point of 4D, It is not a cue bid per se. It just asks partner which suit should be the trump suit. If they are 5-5, partner should bid H.
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: AKQ QT9754 J97 J
To give partner a chance to turn it into penalty, as a X by partner is negative.
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