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Roger Lee
Roger Lee
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 25, 2010
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

I'm a 28 year old bridge professional who lives in the Las Vegas area. Aside from bridge I enjoy cooking, playing games of all kinds, and spending time with my dog.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning my first junior team trials
Regular Bridge Partners
Josh Donn, Bob Hamman
Favorite Tournaments
Summer NABC
Favorite Conventions
Transfers over 1M (X), Flannery
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Play Problem
If LHO wins the trump and plays a diamond to RHO's ace, you might even drop the K under it to complete the illusion.
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
There seems to be this assumption that this tournament is going to be a really random event won by somebody who can barely play bridge but has mastered the art of GIB manipulation. 1) It is not possible to be good at bridge but bad against the robots. It is ...
How to get to slam on these cards ?
Nothing about the original hand but my observation for awhile has been that raising 3m to 4m if it is a possible bid after this auction (2C P 2D P 3m) is generally a good decision.
Any way to a grand?
Responder just needs to be able to show 5-6. Personally I play 1N-3C-3D-5H shows a 5-6 slam force, first step by opener double keycard (though opener would hardly need that here to bid 7).
ACBL Tests Online NABC Event
I would be the first to admit that there are elements of robot bridge that are distinctly different from normal bridge, but to me it is wrong to think that robot bridge is 'not bridge' due to these differences. It seems to me that most people who make these claims ...
Not sure why people are so passionate on hands like this, it just doesn't really matter that much what you do in the long run.
3NT matchpoints play
What I would play would depend a bit on what they lead from 75xx and 5432 but I think ducking the club in practice is going to get me 9 tricks against anyone when it's not AKT of spades offside and 10 tricks often.
Competitive bidding question
I like to play 3N sets up a force, 4m does not set up a force but is natural and invites partner to bid on, may or may not be a good hand, 4H shortness (slam try, sets a force).
Rusinow Leads
For NT: Suppose you lead K power, else standard. Now your Q is ambiguous, quite an important card -- but here's a clever solution, let's lead J from QJ and Q from KQ, so now we play K is power, Q shows the K (or shortness), and the J ...
3NT matchpoints play
What is your plan on the sixth round of clubs, or are you not playing it at all?

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