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Mark Bennett
Mark Bennett
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Member Since
July 21, 2014
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
A very long time ago, winning my college's Intercollegiate Bridge Championship game, playing with a girl I was dating, who had never before played bridge
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BBO Robots (they never criticize my bidding, defense, or play)
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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
Great idea! Should be a lot of fun--I'm looking forward to playing.
Revoke followed by incorrect concession/claim--Result?
LHO followed small; RHO showed out when hearts originally played. LHO was originally dealt Kx; RHO stiff Q. --"I win the opening plain suit lead in hand and play the trump A, my RHO showing out and LHO following--K and Q of trump are outstanding."
True North American Championships Coming
Great post! Happy April 1. The only thing I can't tell is how many of the comments are serious and how many aren't.
Anything Suspicious Here?
I was West and continued hearts at tricks two and three after a heart lead. Declarer played quickly (not overly quickly), playing four rounds of diamonds at tricks 4-7 (discarding two spades), my partner discarding one spade and one heart. Declarer then cashed the club king and without much thought ...
Anything Suspicious Here?
Greg--I chose not to ask at the table for a number of reasons. But, I also thought posting the question here and reading the responses (including yours, which is a fair comment), was reasonable.
Anything Suspicious Here?
Sorry, misunderstood your question (I didn't read it carefully enough). North, not South, was next to the table from where the boards came.
Anything Suspicious Here?
"I'd be curious whether North or South was sitting next to the table which played the board previously, if this wan't the first round." Yes, and this was not the first round.
Anything Suspicious Here?
Art--thanks for your comment. Double dummy, of course, 11 tricks are there for the taking. At matchpoints, a normal line after three rounds of hearts (and four rounds of diamonds) would in my view still be taking the club finesse (though that would or could depend on the discards and ...
Anything Suspicious Here?
2NT was forcing in the N/S system, according to their card (and Norths's hand).
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