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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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Another tricky slam
It seems like I can afford to ruff and play a trump at T2 without cashing anything. If trumps are 2-0 obviously the best chance is the heart-club squeeze on E (SA pitching a club, CA, diamond to dummy, ruff a club, diamond to dummy, ruff a club, run my ...
Danger Hand
The correct line on this hand isn't totally clear to me but four comments: 1) Playing the A is basically hoping spades are 5-2, since if they are 4-3 they can always duck a spade to keep communication between the hands (assuming we have 2 club losers). 2) Just ...
Another dice problem
I recommend doing the math on the 'player 2' variant, not because it is difficult but because the solution is quite pleasing.
Another dice problem
A third question if you have solved the problem: Let's replay the game, except now you are player 2. Player 1 sticks with (1,2). You know player 3 is perfectly rational. Is (3,4) as good as anything, or can you do better?
Another dice problem
If our goal is to minimize our probability of winning I believe we have two solutions that will also cause us to win the game a mere 5/19 of the time.
Another dice problem
If I'm understanding the problem correctly we have two (mirrored) choices that will each win us the game 6/17 of the time, but I'm not sure because the phrasing of the problem is vague. My understanding of the problem is: We roll a 6-sided die repeatedly until ...
Did I really play this stupidly? (1/2)
I would win, A, and then cash the AKQ pitching a spade. Assuming it all lives, ruff a spade and play a club to the J. Ruffing a spade spares us a guess when LHO is 4234 with Qx and no K. Without the 9 in dummy it would be ...
How do you play this slam?
Win in hand, ruff a club, HA, ruff a club, HQ is a near claim.
What's a sensible defence against short-diamond Mini-Roman?
Just to add to this if you overcall 2N natural you should probably play 3C is a transfer to 3D ("stayman or diamonds"). Followups are 3H = 4S, 3S = 4H, 3N = 4-4M. 4-level bids can show various hands forcing for diamonds, simple would be 4suit = shortness and 4D is just forcing ...
ATB - aggressive slam bidding
Three comments: 1) Stayman with this hand seems very questionable to me, my observation is the 6-x spade fit will usually outplay a 4-4 heart fit on hands like this with a very bad 4 and very good 6, and hiding the 6th trump makes some easy hands difficult since ...

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