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Robert Lass
Robert Lass
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 31, 2011
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Can you identify my Avatar?  I'm the best bridge player in Chicago for about three hands a month.  The rest of the time, I just swim along with the other fish.

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
As a punk kid after hours at the Wild Whist BC (in LA), going for $200 in a $5 an IMP money game in which the only non-World Champion was me!
Bridge Accomplishments
2019 Winner 0-10K Knockout Memphis NABC
Regular Bridge Partners
Tom Fogarty
Favorite Tournaments
Any National that I can drive to without ending up in a ditch.
Favorite Conventions
Flannery,
BBO Username
RRLASS
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
Ro & Ro
2/1 Many hands upgraded
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How would you? A. Teams. B. MPts. C. BAM
3, 3, 2 and 1 . No? Assuming that diamonds are 4-2 or better. If not, clubs must be 3-3. What did I miss? I could play for the spade king onside but that seems to give opps a lot of chances to attack clubs.
François "Dellache"'s bidding problem: AJT6 AQT2 654 Q2
4. Pick a major! With confidence. We will quietly go down two against 3 making for all the matchpoints.
How would you? A. Teams. B. MPts. C. BAM
What about ducking at trick one?
USBF To Hold U31 Trials for 2020 WYBTC
For the "juniors" aging out at 26, only to find a new category above them, seems Sisyphean. What if they add a new bracket every 5 years? Poor Christian and his buddies will be juniors until they are 95 and age out of the under 94 bracket.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AKJ2 J95 --- AQJT75
That's my question too. I would have bid 2.
Philip McPeek's lead problem: A762 KQ43 QT76 8
The question: Do you want to tap yourself or declarer?
How many !Ds to respond 1!D instead of 1!S?
Respond 1 with 6-9 balanced or any hand with diamonds. So I voted other a;though almost all the hands rate a 1 response.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Jx KQ7 QJ AJ9xxx
Me too!
Cory Perkers's bidding problem: KQ63 K9432 4 Q97
Partner asked me to cuebid, so I will.
14-16 1NT
I have been playing 14-16 NT (in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd NV) in a 2/1 structure for at least 10 years and its works fine. 14-16 works with any system that routinely opens with 10-11HCP. This has been one of the great advantages of strong club systems, but there ...
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