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Nicholas France
Nicholas France
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 18, 2012
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Teacher
about me

Retired Banker now back in school for a new degree

 

Partners have sometimes alerted my pass as "Does not have 13 cards"

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing in Orlando in the Board-a-Match with Burrell Humphreys on the 50th anniversary of him winning the event
Regular Bridge Partners
Burrell Humphreys
Favorite Conventions
new minor forcing
BBO Username
gandalf
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A75 AQ6 KQ765 AK
You are right Steve. Missed that part
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A75 AQ6 KQ765 AK
The better question here is why did I lie when I showed key cards. Don't I have 4. Seems like a UI problem. I thought I showed 4 and partner in answering a question said 0-3. I see no justification for correcting it to 7NT. If I showed 4 ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: T94 JT8 Q53 7652
I don't see any other meaning for the second double than penalty. I haven't promised any points.
Simple queries
I use the following system here: Pass - Usually weak and no bid available XX - 10+ points that doesn't fit another bid 1NT - 6-10 balanced a low tripleton is fine but not a low doubleton 1M - usually 5+ cards but could be a very good 4 card suit. 6+ points ...
Common False Preference
As I recall you and I did a lot of simulations on this 15 years ago looking at the 5-7 hands. Our conclusions were it was so close it was just a matter of one's preference. With the 8+ hands it is right to go back to spades. For ...
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A52 QJ KJ963 Q65
I don't see this as a 13 point hand. I don't count Queens and Jacks in the opponents suit. For information Partner held this hand playing with me and it went (P)-1S-(2H)-3D and after I rebid 3NT left it there and I got lucky with ...
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: Axxx Axxx AKQx x
At the table I choose 2NT but didn't have all the options given here.
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A52 QJ KJ963 Q65
I don't play it as forcing
Nicholas France's bidding problem: JT876 Q Q843 AJ2
Gregory you should post that hand as a bidding problem. I would bid 2 with that hand but always nice to see what others would do.
How and when do you try for slam - or don't you?
I can see two reason for not setting this up as a bidding Problem 1) He thought X was a reasonable alternative and was really interested in the follow-up to it. 2) He was interested in the follow up to 3 My only objection to this poll is it ...
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