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Marley Cedrone
Marley Cedrone
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 2, 2017
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Junior Bridge Player (15) USBFJR

USA Under 16 Team 2020

Bridge is a pretty good game.

 

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

BBO Username
MarleyC
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
JUSBC card for marley + zach
Two Over One Game Forcing
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marley cedrone and zach posternak
Two Over One Game Forcing
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Sally Matthews And Marley Cedrone
Two Over One Game Forcing
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Randy and Marley 2/1
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U16 Card Cedrone-Posternak
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Michael Xu's bidding problem: AJ Q9x AQ98x AQx
will apologize to partner if i end up in a 4-2 fit
Michael Xu's lead problem: Jxx T Jx KQJ9632
if you dont lead a stiff, you dont have one
Statistics on trumps splits in BBO
Hi André This is actually really interesting, you may be onto something here. Is it possible that 1000 hands is not a large enough sample size to accurately determine randomness? I am actually very impressed that you went through all the effort to retrieve and record these split rates though :)
Samuel Pahk's bidding problem: KQJT976 --- AQ2 KT8
NAMYATS could be a nice tool on this hand.
Marley Cedrone's bidding problem: QJT975 J52 --- KJ62
my partner is an expert but not a junior. i'm guessing she was put off by the three hearts/saw the hand as having more constructive potential than destructive potential.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: KT6532 AKJ75 --- AK
I am only bidding 3N because I do not trust the robot declarer skills.
Petition for NABC+ Midnight KO
The average current ACBL member likely plays bridge as a pastime rather than a passion, so they wouldn't be willing to sacrifice their sleep for a game.
Petition for NABC+ Midnight KO
you arent a serious bridge player unless you play in midnight KO's change my mind.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: KQ JT76532 4 Q83
For the most part, 2 will not stop the opponents from reaching anything, and 3 is a bit too much at this vulnerability. I would rather just pass and hope for either a constructive auction (especially when holding KQ of ), or for the opponents to stumble into ...
Marley Cedrone's bidding problem: T x AQTxx K98xxx
As it turns out 5 is down 4 doubled and 4 is down 2 redoubled when I played it, so we lost 17 imps
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