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Nicholas France
Nicholas France
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Member Since
April 18, 2012
Last Seen
6 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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Dan Denison's bidding problem: --- 732 A932 KQJ942
If you systems allows an intermediate value 3 bid, just why didn't you do it on this hand and just what kind of hand would you need to use it?
Rebid 1NT More Often
Ed, Both from a practical bases and a double dummy basis, the 5-2 fit will play a lot better than 1NT. The hand with the known point count is exposed so there is more guessing by the defense as to what we hold. What I suggest is to keep track ...
Rebid 1NT More Often
We don't really disagree about raising with 3 and a singleton when there isn't a really outstanding alternative
Rebid 1NT More Often
If you are going to rebid 1NT on say 1354 then you really have to pass as responder after this with a weak hand with 5 of your major and a 5332 distribution. If you require the 1NT to have a doubleton then rebidding 2 of the major is a ...
Kokish (Birthright) after 2C, and effect on second negatives when Kokish not used
Sounds like an interesting idea as I hate the weak hand bidding 2NT if that is still a possibility.
ULAM's Second Problem Revisited
When I went to grad school in 2017 he was still alive. Does anyone know how he is doing now.
What is 4NT This Time?
The 3 bid by the person who forced to game, sets diamonds as trump and the reason he used 4th suit forcing. 3 should be a cuebid in spades and 4NT is key card for diamonds, the trump suit. If he wanted clubs as trump he would have ...
Nick Hughes's bidding problem: AQ72 J76 762 T82
I would have passed the original double. They are vul and we aren't. If they can make then partner probably had a questionable double
KnR count for QJT units.
Your trouble Stig is you really don't want to listen to others. The website I quoted for you is the most commonly used one. There is nothing wrong with Pavlicek's algorithm that I know of, I just haven't walk thru it as I have the algorithm I ...
KnR count for QJT units.
Basically there are three main things to count; High cards, shortness and suit quality. You have 4 Queens each worth one and the following adjustments: Subtract 0.25 for queen with no higher honor, Add 0.25 for each jack with a higher honor, and add 0.25 for ten ...
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