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Lynn Harris
Lynn Harris
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 17, 2013
Last Seen
June 14
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).

Country
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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Tomasz Twarog's bidding problem: K92 AJ642 T7642 ---
I assume that we are playing 2/1. If we are not playing forcing NT would bid 2S.
Stephen Merriman's bidding problem: 986543 AQ3 --- A643
IF is the key word and that the spade opening causes the opponents to reach the wrong contract. Plalin and simple, you are advocating that the 1 spade opening causes the opponents to arrive at the wrong contract. It might cause them to reach the "right" contract. No one knows ...
Tomasz Twarog's bidding problem: K92 AJ642 T7642 ---
1NT. If parter bids 2H, guess what strain we play in!
Stephen Merriman's bidding problem: 986543 AQ3 --- A643
Discretion implies that one has a choice. So your 1 card example is not valid. If, for example, we had 2 equal cards such as the 2 and 3, we could use your discretion comment.
Stephen Merriman's bidding problem: 986543 AQ3 --- A643
And if you are not right with your prognostication, I will wind up with a good board. It is nice to be able to forecast the future.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: --- KJ5432 Q54 AQT6
1NT. My H suit is too poor to make a forcing bid. May not want to wind up ih H or S.
Jim Olson's bidding problem: AQ65 --- AKT98542 J
S.M. The usual hand for what you advocate is a 4-6 hand. Could understand a "bad" 4-7 hand, but a good 4-8 hand? Perhaps partner could figure it out by a D rebid.
Trevor Morris's bidding problem: x AKJxxxxx Jx Jx
Sometimes it only takes 1 blind pig, not 2.
Stephen Merriman's bidding problem: 986543 AQ3 --- A643
P. While only a "6 loser hand", I do Not like the thought of partner leading the SKing against a contract by W. I can bid S later and partner will not expect a great suit.
Duane Christensen's bidding problem: AKJx AKQxx --- ATxx
I did advocate 2H for my second bid in this auction. I did not mean 1P, 1D,2H. X seems natural for a first bid.
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