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Noble Shore
Noble Shore
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 21, 2010
Last Seen
Nov. 12
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Reached a cold 6NT on J Qxxx AQJT Jxxx opposite AKT86 AJ9 Kxx xx (yes, it was cold on any defense)
Bridge Accomplishments
Went -3400 in 1NTXX in a "world championship"
Regular Bridge Partners
Mike Gill, Alex Prairie
Favorite Conventions
Smolen, but only when psyched
BBO Username
Apollo81
ACBL Ranking
None
Noble
2/1 game force
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PCP
Partial Canape Precision
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Hakan - Noble
2/1
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Mark Chen's bidding problem: KQJ987 x xx Jxxx
I’d have expected him to double with an Ace
Mark Chen's bidding problem: Jxx AQx AKQ8x xx
Partner shouldn’t have passed 5
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: --- KQTx QJ9854 KQ6
I would make a natural gf bid, however we do that
Raphael Hallerman's bidding problem: AQ74 KJ64 AJ82 3
6 seems crazy I can’t believe there are 11 votes for that
Raphael Hallerman's lead problem: J5 9754 9872 K83
IMO passive lead usually better against auctions where both hands are likely to be balanced
Noble Shore's lead problem: QT7 KJ K753 A862
Sorry fixed it
Mike Gill's bidding problem: xx AQxx K AKQxxx
Honestly I don’t even feel that worried about bidding 6
Mike Gill's bidding problem: 74 KT2 AQ93 Q983
A funny plot twist would be to find out I held this hand in the GNT and doubled anyway
Mike Gill's bidding problem: 74 KT2 AQ93 Q983
I'd double with 24(34) and the same high cards
Feedback: ACBL Convention Charts
Why are transfer openings (1h showing 4+s) considered hard to defend against? Also the red chart seems to ban this but allow completely artificial average strength one level openings, such as 1s showing a balanced hand or an unknown minor.
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