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Peter Hasenson
Peter Hasenson
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Member Since
Nov. 6, 2011
Last Seen
41 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Bridge player, adminsitrator, photographer, journalist & historian. Day job = real estate consultant

United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
2016 English National Pairs champion
Regular Bridge Partners
David Sherman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
TGRs, Pinner
Favorite Tournaments
TGRs Auction Pairs (which is sadly no more)
Favorite Conventions
The fewer the better!!
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Peter Hasenson's bidding problem: KQ42 QJT543 AQ 4
Unanimously going for -800!
Optimum Contract
My favourite TA hand is the one where everyone makes 3NT
Optimum Contract
The issue I have with the hand shown in the linked article is that West is cold for 6 Hearts. Here 3 spades is the limit (if played by S or E)
The bridge genius John Collings (1933-2005)
Adam is correct in this respect
The bridge genius John Collings (1933-2005)
@Jurgen: I once psyched on the very first board of the Bedford Congress Pairs back in the 1990s and my partner, David Sherman, realised I had done so before it became apparent, so I can quite understand JDRC's comment in this regard
The bridge genius John Collings (1933-2005)
John Dimitri Roundel Collings Bermuda Bowl Cap 1981 6th World Pairs 1966 (with Cansino) 2nd European Championships 1981 European Cap 1965 & 1999 2nd European Union (Common Market) Pairs 1981 (with Hackett) Sunday Times Invitational Pairs 1969, 2nd 1971 & 3rd 1970 (all with Besse) Camrose 12 (won 8 lost 4) Gold ...
Chess Candidates Tournament Postponed
Jonathan Mestel told of a post-mortem dialogue between Karpov and Korchnoi about a two-way finesse for a queen. Karpov, the ultimate logician, pointed out that as West had preempted, the missing Queen was far more likely to be in the East hand. Korchnoi, a more natural talent, said he felt ...
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The Show Must Go On - Vanderbilt Equivalent Begins Monday on BBO
How wonderful would it have been if the event was open to all not just the eight chosen teams? Or at least 64?

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