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

I'm a 32 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.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning my first junior team trials
Regular Bridge Partners
Josh Donn, Bob Hamman, Michael Rosenberg, Dan Korbel
Favorite Tournaments
Summer NABC, Gold Coast Congress
BBO Username
rogerclee
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Opener bids three suits
I like to play 3C is multi-way (weak with diamonds or clubs) and 3D is natural and forcing. 3C relays 3D and now opener passes, bids 3H to show 4=0=5=4 any strength (3S by responder is last train), 3S to show 4=1=4=4 extras, 3N ...
CLEMENTSSON wins Mixed Swiss
Thanks, Sanna and Alexander were amazing both days. Had this been a pairs event I am sure they would have won by a mile. At 19 years old each they are true talents of the game as well as great, easygoing teammates. Sanna of course is already well known, having ...
2NT as a response to a reopening double
I like that when we open at the 1-level, they bid at the 2-level, and it goes P P X, that we play lebensohl unless their bid is 2.
What is this double?
Apparently I’m in the minority but personally I think it’s strange to think support doubles apply to this auction if we were playing them. I would have thought very few experts would think they are on here before reading this thread.
What is this double?
This is one of those spots where I'd much rather just know what my agreement is rather than try to play what I think is best. I think this rule is ok: I open, they overcall at the 1-level, partner makes a negative X, RHO bids a suit cheaply ...
3H Overcall
On your actual hand (xxx KQx xxx QJxx) I would bid 3S and pass partner's 3N. I would rather pass than bid 4H though.
Thanks, Fred Gitelman
During the days of the BBO Forums and the DOTW, around the time I started to play on the USA U26 team, Fred was my bridge hero and idol. When I decided to study bridge seriously I made it a point to read every single hand analysis, bridge movie, book ...
Bidding over a precision 2!C
Playing intermediate jumps over a precision 2C is like playing intermediate jumps over a precision 1S to me.
How Do You Defend?
I voted for a club but the practical play with a non-expert partner is definitely a diamond. Partner is likely 1444 opposite which he might have awkward pitches to make. Imagine him with something like x QJ9x QJ9x AJ9x, in practice I could certainly see someone being a little uncareful ...
Another 3NT - plan the play
I think I'll start by playing to the A and running the 9. If spades are 6-0 then I'll have little better to do at this point than to play a diamond to the T. If spades are 5-1 the hand becomes interesting so I'll play for ...
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