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Ned Kohler
Ned Kohler
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 1, 2011
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
A few Plat points, some regional wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Sherryl Buchler
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Doty Bridge, AZ Bridge,Intempo
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Dave Rankin and Ned
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correct director call
Further to the above, I maintain that since it is legal to make a self splinter, you should also be able to make a "self responsive X". Why should you be penalized because (non)advancer was inconsiderate enough not to raise?
correct director call
Yes, the "Inhibitory X" to warn partner not to compete further would be nice to have sometimes. Of course, it does come with the risk that you are already too high. There is also the "Preemptive X" which says "Partner, I know you are getting X'd here. This is ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: A84 T2 A864 JT74
2 range ask, 2N natural or 2 in that order, however you invite without a major.
Open Or Not?
Play 2M rebid as neutral and your problem goes away.
Open Or Not?
I don't consider myself a particularly light opener, but #4 is the only one that even gives me pause and I still open that.
Jeff Sapire's bidding problem: A8654 Q97643 54 ---
Need to know methods.
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: KQxx KQ9764 --- K94
Don't post until later. It can influence the vote.
Mike Gill's bidding problem: AQxx Axxx xx Qxx
I can't imagine calling this a LR, but if it was when you bid it, it still is. What was the point of not bidding 4 immediately if you weren't going to accept a signoff?
Why is bridge like sex?
Uh .... to answer the question posed in the title " Because I never get to play as much as I'd like to?"
Adam Grossack's bidding problem: 4 Q74 73 AJ76532
Or anything over low IN for that matter.
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