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Paul Friedman
Paul Friedman
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2010
Last Seen
an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I always play my partner's system; that way it is her/his fault.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Kibitzing O. Jacoby in his last Reisinger session; Guessing a Queen on a 2-way finesse. Last happened 8:39 p.m., 23 June 1986
Bridge Accomplishments
few
Regular Bridge Partners
Ian Wilson
Member of Bridge Club(s)
St Petersburg, FL
Favorite Tournaments
N.A. Nationals
Favorite Conventions
Blue Team Club; Your convention card.
BBO Username
guido
ACBL Ranking
Life Master
How to Probe for a Slam?
Agree. I held the North hand and happily passed. After the round was over, I mentioned to partner that 6 was the best spot (6NT is simply lucky), he said something like "Why would you go looking for a possible slam and give up more than our average++? Nice ...
What's "Normal"?
Hi, Peg. Happy Hanukkah (and an early Happy Beethoven's Birthday). I answered "Previous discussion" simply because I've found that I had need to ask any new partner how they play this. I have a strong preference, but that's a different issue. take care Paul
Ruling on Misinformation
On the information given by the original poster, 4 making five seems obvious. (when in doubt, give the non-offending side the benefit of doubt) On the information provided by Craig, the decision on where the bidding would have ended up is less obvious. If I ruled 3NT, I would ...
Puposely revoking
Be happy to help. (My "name" on BBO is Guido.)
ATB -
Hi, Steve. Happy Holidays. I don't know why everyone is coming done so hard on the 3 bid. It's a good call and one I encourage all my opponents to make. I don't like West's final pass but when one chooses to make an "expert ...
After responder´s double of Michaels
I answered the way most of my partnerships play: Penalty double and pass (of 2M only) forcing. My preference, though is what Frances wrote.
Who do you play for the Queen?
Eric: Don't brag about finding the Queen. The last 2-way guess I got right was 12 June, 1984. 8:32 p.m. (CST) to be precise. I play East for the Queen. With you and me hooking that way, West certainly has the Lady.
Too controversial for the NABC Daily Bulletin
Nicely done, sir. Enjoy New Zealand
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: KQ9 AK4 8 KQ6542
A simple reverse to 2 seems clear. If partner raises Hearts, you know pard has 5
Two-suited Overcalls
Gordon beat me to it. 4M - 5m hands are a problem. 5M-4m are less so. That said, if partner insisted I pick one of the options you gave, it would be 5-5 with the minor always known.
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