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Ray Hornby
Ray Hornby
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 23, 2010
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Learned the game & played a lot in the 70's & 80's. Started playing competitively again in 2005.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning and drinking all that local wine at the 2016 Penticton Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
2018 CNTCA-2nd; 2017 CIPC-2nd; 2016 Winnipeg Regional; 2011 District 2 Flight A NAP; 2010 COPC-5th
Regular Bridge Partners
Marielle Brentnall
Favorite Tournaments
Canadian Bridge Championships, Penticton Regional, Council Bluffs Regional
Favorite Conventions
MISER, Fit Jumps, Turbo
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Food for thought?
Isn't a 4 bid pretty much automatic with the North hand when 4 comes back to them?
Oldie but Cutie
Lead the Q ducked, the J ducked, then set up a club for 3, 4, 3, & 2
Vanderbilt Round of 16 Vugraph matches
Tulin, Lavazza, Mahaffey, Zhao
Vanderbilt Round of 32 Vugraph matches
Demirev, Tulin, Lavazza, Mittelman Nice to have some input:)
What other hand types merit jump responses to strong artificial 1C or 2C (or other) openings?
2 response to 2 is one loser red suit-2NT asks responder to transfer into their suit. 3 response to 2 is one loser black suit-3 by opener asks responder to transfer into their suit. 3 through 3NT responses to 2 opener are transfers ...
How do we get to 7!D?
How about 2-X-P-2NT (intending to bid 3 over 3 to show an invitational hand with 4 spades? Now 3 by doubler (=5+card suit), 3 by advancer (I like or am looking for 3NT), anything, KC ask, etc.
Golady convention . Transfers after 1!D-2!C(GF)
Pretty slim Danny :)
How do you bid this?
After 1-1-2-3-3, responder should realize the value of their fitting secondary red suit honours and be prepared to investigate slam opposite 3-suited partner with extras. Slam here comes down to finding the Q on a 3-2 trump break.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: J6 2 KJ643 KQ432
Unfortunately, neither 2 nor 3 gets across the 6-loser minor suit orientation of your hand the way 4 does.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: J6 2 KJ643 KQ432
4 Fit Jump for . It's IMPs not MPs.

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