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Paul Dalley
Paul Dalley
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 30
Last Seen
11 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Spring Nationals Sydney 2017 - qualifying to the semis and topping the pairs datums playing with my friend Ash for the first time. (although he has topped the datums in that event and won many (many) other nationals etc so....).
Bridge Accomplishments
Nothing that noteworthy, 2017 was the first year that I've had time to play National Tournaments in Aus which normally require several days off during the week.
Regular Bridge Partners
Ash Bach
ACBL Ranking
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John Newman's lead problem: AT8 862 J854 Q65
4 1. Keep it simple and probably good 2. Not a particularly strong auction, leading a might be too active.
Battle of principles
cash AK and play a 3rd club, ruffing with the J if East follows to the 3rd round. If 's break I think the contract is 100% by playing 1 round of 's to the K and then a , pitching a . When they ruff that what ...
Battle of principles
What do you do after the k holds, or West wins it and returns a ?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KQ4 95 Q763 A543
If 2 is natural then would bid 2 - just showing a good maximum hand with an unclear bid. Definitely don't want to bid NT as that would put south on lead
Kevin Rosenberg's bidding problem: AQT874 QJ82 K6 4
Good point, although parnter is almost always going to bid hearts (which you will correct to spades and declare, the 5D bid is purely to clue partner into how high to bid, of course this sort of style needs to be discussed) .
Kevin Rosenberg's bidding problem: AQT874 QJ82 K6 4
5D - tell partner that you have length in the majors. Pard can then evaluate heart K as a very good card and devalue club KQ (of course pard would also value spade K as a good card but would still do so if you bid 5S), also obviously Aces in ...
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