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Roger Lee
Roger Lee
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 25, 2010
Last Seen
7 hours ago
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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Bridge Cheating Scandal - A New Cheat
I get that you want to promote your channel but this is just complete clickbait. Come on man you're better than this.
Misplay this hand with Me (with apologies to Mark Horton)
FWIW even though I voted for line (4) I thought it was close. Certainly not a clear mistake to cash a high heart (unblocking the 8) and cross to take a heart hook. If you think it's close, you may be interested to know that given a 5-5 spade ...
Misdefend this hand with me
The carding is really relevant here. If the 2 at T1 is discouraging I can't anything but winning and shifting to a club, it's the simplest and most likely beat by far (AK9x or better). If the 2 was encouraging it's hard to come up with sensible ...
Puzzle, find a lie out where you can make the contract
Marty, A98 Kxx T ATxxxx ducks the SK and leaves you with an entry short.
How do you play this suit
Assuming you have something like KTxxxxx opp AJx, in this situation you generally want to play the opponent who had a harder time getting into the auction to have a void. So here, without anything else to go on, you would play the K.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: KQ93 AT63 2 AK64
It depends a little on what the partnership definition is for 3 but I am really surprised by the majority vote for passing. This seems like a classic situation where they're vul at MP, are basically just guessing, and we have a surprise in store with equity to ...
Find the best play
In practice I'm sure the best play is low to the Q and, if it holds while both play small cards, to cross back to hand and play the J. In theory if east ducks from KTxx and K9xx (best) we are breaking even exactly with the Tx and ...
Awkward fourth suit forcing auction
Michael and I switch 3 and 3 on this auction so that 3 shows a doubleton (punt, usually 2254 no spade stop) and 3 shows a true 1354. Over 3 we then switch 4 and 4. Over 3 we play 3 ...
San Diego NABC Appeals Casebook with commentary available online
Kit, case book: "The opponents are in a game force, and for all he knows South has 4 hearts and is about to bid 4. There is no way he would have considered doubling 3. " Kit, first comment: "Sorry Steve, but I don't buy that Roger would ...
San Diego NABC Appeals Casebook with commentary available online
Kit you need to understand three things: 1) It does not matter whether you would personally double 3, if it's the percentage action, what the risks are, etc. Someone who asks about the auction in this situation is planning on doubling 3. He will only fail to ...

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