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Lynn Harris
Lynn Harris
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Member Since
July 17, 2013
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7 hours ago
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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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Allison Howard's bidding problem: Jx Qxxx J AKQJxx
We have H and partner could easily pass.
Clive Klugman's bidding problem: AT32 AK T8 AQJ94
2H Another example of Astro cue-bid showing 4S and 5+C. We have an easy invitational bid if partner bids one of our suits or NT.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: --- T8654 A954 J842
3D. Plan on going to 4H, and this provides a good lead or switch by partner if the opponents do bid. Also, since it sounds strong, we might not be doubled.
Rich Regan's bidding problem: AKQx Qx Qxxx Qxx
P. No cue bid is available, and Blackwood could get us too high, especially if partner has two aces.
Richard Lawson's bidding problem: AQ J863 KJ72 987
X. Not because it is clear, but it makes it harder for the opponents. Unless partner makes a forcing bid, I will not bid again but leave it to partner. We can find our 4-4 H fit if we have one, but it could be a poor one. Partner could ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AKQJ9543 Q93 Q K
1S. (Bid what you can make). This way it might be possible to "walk the dog". If I bid 3S, partner might think this is preemptive and not raise. If I bid 4S, it might be down when the opponents do not have a game.
John McAllister's bidding problem: AJT Axxx KJxx Kx
I think that R.R. has a good point in his last statement with the (5/4) comment. This is in contrast to Gregory. What is wrong with providing an alternative to the his last sentence? I think that Gregory likes making comments to show his acumen. Perhaps he should ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AKQ8 AQ9753 K AJ
Ben K: I think that you (especially as a good young player) should indicate why you abstain. Some problems have a number of possible reasons to abstain.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AKQ8 AQ9753 K AJ
Abstain. Opening 2C has made it much harder to show that we have AKQ8 of spades. Even though opening 1H does not show our immediate strength, it enables us to show our hand better.
Sergiu Covaliu's bidding problem: K942 8643 AQT 92
You should have a 7 card trump suit if partner bids C or D. The problem could well be what if partner bids 2H with 9752 of H? Go along with X that does show 4H.
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