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Roger Lee
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Member Since
Aug. 25, 2010
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Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

I'm a 30 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, Michael Rosenberg
Favorite Tournaments
Summer NABC, Gold Coast Congress
Favorite Conventions
Transfers over 1M (X), Flannery
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Play 6!H
This is actually a nice technical hand. The correct line of play is to run diamonds from dummy without cashing the T (pay off to LHO's falsecard from Jx when he would have scored it anyway had he just played low).
How do you play this at IMPs
Probably your best chance to make this is to play a diamond towards the T and hope for this parlay: 1) RHO has Hx of diamonds and fails to pop and clear the diamonds 2) LHO wins with the J and exits seemingly safely with the Q You can also ...
3NT - perhaps this is where Jim is heading
To add to this, we changed this because both of our observations is that partner is quite likely to have a 2-suiter in the unbid suits on this auction, in particular when the overcaller is light. You are quite likely to hit at least a reasonable fit in your side ...
Continuations after showing 1=3=5=4
I doubt it's worth it to play anything here but if you really wanted, a trick is to play 4oM (responder's short major) is a puppet to 4N, either to play or to show some strong hand (responder breaks the relay if unwilling to play 4N). When the ...
Continuation after minor suit reverse
There are a lot of things you can do here. Currently I play 2H weak any, 2S GF 5+M, 2N/3C transfers, 3D punt, 3M natural, 3N strong suggestion.
Name that Call?
It's not likely to be held but of course it's not difficult to conceive: x Kx xx AKQJxxxx
Reverse response after initial 1NT
There are four kinds of reverse auctions, and reverses are hard because theoretically you should probably play something a little different in each. They are: 1) 1m-1N-2higher* 2) 1C-1M-2D 3) 1m-1S-2H 4) 1H-1N-2S (structure depends on whether 1N frequently contains 4 spades) I don't want to get too bogged ...
The way GIB is programmed it will pitch its diamond card in the 2-card ending since it always wants to beat you double dummy if possible and doesn't know whether you have the 9. So by coming down to 1-1 in the minors and then taking the club hook ...
Beating The Drum
An important principle in signaling is that when it is known you are going to make multiple pitches, you signal in order of importance. We know the Q is getting pitched this trick or the next and that we get to pitch twice before partner's next pitch. By discarding ...
1!D - 2!C (GF) - 3!D?
You can afford to jump-rebid diamonds on a wider range of hands if you play this way, but if you insisted on playing it was solid it would still be nice to essentially give partner a 'serious' or 'nonserious' step. I don't think it matters much whether you play ...

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