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Ned Kohler
Ned Kohler
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 1, 2011
Last Seen
14 minutes 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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A rare opportunity missed in GNT Finals
9 = 9
A rare opportunity missed in GNT Finals
I tried Google Translate for the English but it just gives me English back. Must be a bug in the program.
A rare opportunity missed in GNT Finals
But Patrick, you didn’t give us 9 through 2! How ever will we understand without the spots?
What are you done with?
1. Polls based on gross prior misbidding. Only slightly less annoying if based on an unintentional error. 2. Bidding polls with an obvious agenda. 3. Agreeing with Rosalind H on lack of methods.
What do you want more of?
I will “thirteenth” Dave’s request, twelve having liked it presently.
Super-accepting after 1NT opener
I am strongly in the “never with 3 camp” and just as strongly against SA with 4333. I tried bidding doubletons for years and concluded that a very rare decider for game or slam was a poor return for handing the defense a roadmap on every SA. I play 3M ...
1m - P - 1!S - 2!H - 2NT?
Definitely does not deny 3 card support for me.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: 9753 KQJT Q9 872
If you can make 3NT, the telephone number is going to be several area codes away. The chances of them making 2 even when you can't make 3N are somewhere close to 0.
Cris Barrere's bidding problem: Ax KQxx xxx KJxx
If you look up “Balancing 1NT” in the Bridge Encyclopedia”, this is the example hand.
David Parsons's bidding problem: AJ95 J74 952 KQ2
Certainly much closer to 3 than 1.

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