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Michael Roche
Michael Roche
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Member Since
March 30, 2011
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8 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

2 NABC wins in Mixed BAM. Happy to add LM pairs in Atlanta

5 Canadian Team Championships wins

 

Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Mike Hargreaves John Rayner Daniel Lyder Karen Cumpstone. I guess I have to add John Carruthers now was well :)
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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1NT announcement when you upgrade for length?
Mike M. I think you nailed it. First and second seat upgrades tend to be optimistic. 3rd seat 1N opening “outside of expected range” tend to be obstructive. Especially non vulnerable. I have no idea how to announce this other than.......It’s bridge. Most experienced players understand tactics. It ...
Willenken - Ginossar methods
Spike: If you can remember the 60’s you weren’t really there.
Boyd, Bramley, and Radin Elected to ACBL HOF
Shout out to Patty. Investing in the future
1NT announcement when you upgrade for length?
If the opener’s age is less that the sum of the disclosed range, i factor in minus 2 as well as never top of range.
Anti-Doping Violation by Geir Helgemo results in Team Zimmerman disqualification from Orlando Rosenblum Cup
I've also had to go the TUE route to play in the Bermuda Bowl. As Brian says - it's a pain but a simple process. Fortunately the Seniors events are exempt.
What is partner doing bidding 6!C?
I'll take a shot at answering your question. I think 6C shows the singleton A of Clubs along with the Q of trumps and is hoping that the RKC bidder can Q bid a red control if all the KC are held. In this case you don't have ...
What has partner got?
I’m imagining an appeal scenario wherein the opponents are trying to force us into some number of Hearts, rather than surviving the 4S bid and subsequent pass.
No cheating but this bidding
Fred is right as usual. To catch a fish you need to think like a fish.
What is the meaning of demonstrably?
The only way I could demonstrably know for sure what I had stepped in, was the unauthorized information that we were surrounded by wild horses.
How penalty-oriented is this double?
So with 4351 distribution and extra values after 1D (P) 1N (2C) your X is penalty? So you have to pass, and partner doesn't know if you have a balanced minimum or the hand with extra values and shortness? Maybe I'm not reading this correctly
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