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Mark Jones
Mark Jones
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Basic Information

Member Since
Feb. 3, 2011
Last Seen
14 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning Club Championship 2nd Time I Played Duplicate
Bridge Accomplishments
Won 0-5000 Blue Ribbon, 2nd in 0-5000 Spingold
Regular Bridge Partners
Doug Levene, Brooks McNeely, Jim Foster
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Birmimgham, Al
Favorite Tournaments
Nationals, Gatlinburg
Favorite Conventions
Whatever helps me
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Logically you should return which Red?
Spade Ace.
Roland Voigt's bidding problem: K86 A843 A2 AQ93
What is the objection to the double. Looks routine.
1!s vs 2!s after Neg X
I have friends who lost a national event on this auction. Came up on the last hand. Played 3S -1, when +110 would have won the event. Doubler thought 2S showed extras.
KO: Waving the white flag not allowed? (ACBL)
I find the arguments against withdrawing totally unconvincing. If a team is getting blown out, and wishes to withdraw, what's the problem. They can play if they wish, withdraw if they wish. Who am I to care?
Steve Stewart's bidding problem: AJT842 J9 KQ84 7
I double to maximize any plus. I doubt that it will affect my match point score if they make it.
Neil Silverman's bidding problem: 73 87 943 AT8754
Not in my neighborhood.
Mark Jones's lead problem: JT4 53 AQ9752 K6
For those keeping score at home, a diamond is the winner. Partner is void. He figured you would not lead a diamond with the NT being bid on my right.
Mark Jones's lead problem: AJ87 65 84 97543
I reposted with the result so people can see what works- not that one hand proves anything. I was surprised that more people did not comment on the failure to bid 4S. Only you and two others mentioned it.
Mark Jones's lead problem: AJ87 65 84 97543
North is on lead.
Mark Jones's lead problem: AJ87 65 84 97543
I agree.

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