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Michael Kopera
Michael Kopera
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 23, 2010
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Making 4SXX after Al Roth overcalled 1S (Barbara doubled, not Al :)
BBO Username
miko
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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Leo Lasota's bidding problem: 87542 873 QT7 87
"when they bid the forced 2" Why are they "forced" to bid 2?
The EK Coup
My first thought seeing "EK" in the title was Canadian.
Is Flannery Flourishing?
"Evidence appears to favor Flannery over a natural weak two-bid" Not sure I would draw that conclusion. The difference in total IMP's doesn't strike me as statistically significant. Looks to me that the winning % strongly suggests a natural 2 over Flannery at matchpoints (a higher % of wins ...
Duke of Yarborough (Part 2)
It seems bizarre to play a weak notrump and not pass with the east hand. But that's just me.
Reading Your Opponents
Makes sense, thx.
Reading Your Opponents
Guess I'm out of it, what is slotting? For once, google failed me.
Correct order for writing down the contract and leading?
"The question related to entering the contract into the BridgeMate, NOT writing it down in one's private scorecard. "My practice is to ascertain the contract, write it down (or enter into BridgeMate), and then lead." The emphasis in the OP seems more on the private scorecard than the Bridgemate.
Rowland Reeves's lead problem: 9 K9865 KJ87 J32
Pass
Correct order for writing down the contract and leading?
By doing the same thing all the time there is no variance in tempo -- that's a good thing. IMHO, not much different than taking X seconds before leading, and arguably more consistent. This may seem at odds with my earlier comments. I might put it this way -- it is ...
Max Aeschbacher's bidding problem: KJ KQT8 AKJ32 K2
For a start, in ACBL-land, not allowed to vary your agreements over 2.
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