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Russell Samuel
Russell Samuel
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 5, 2014
Last Seen
June 18
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Playing bridge for 50+ years.  Avid golfer - play to about a 10 handicap depending on tees

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
The first time I played a successful squeeze and knew what I was doing
Bridge Accomplishments
Multiple top tens in national events 3 national wins in Japan, overall in world mixed pairs - won World Bridge Pairs which ran opposite the Cavendish
Regular Bridge Partners
Shawn Samuel, Kyoko Shimamura, Jeffery Rothstein, Ljudmila Kamenova, McCauley from BBO, Erikwied from BBO
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
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Columbus Silver Ribbon Pairs partner needed
MY partner for NAOP has cancelled - District 24 - ANYONE?
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: --- KJx JTxxx A9xxx
your inverted methods allow a stop at 3C
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: A8x JT98xx AK9 x
ha ha. higher steps show 4 with singleton since opener cannot have 6 Rich
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: A8x JT98xx AK9 x
step one is 4 min. step 2 3 min lower shortness step 3 3min higher shortness 3 max Lower shortness 3 max higher shortness 4Max. can also show singletons with 4 above that
Looking for consensus
thank you - but with over 50 responses in under 2 hours I pretty much did get what I wanted, and I certainly agree that 4M over 1m should be a preemptive bid. yes we seem to be on the same page. TY
Looking for consensus
I wanted more comment on what you would expect for 1m 4m - did not get it - personally I would expect something like AQJxxxx xxx xx x. or KQJxxxx xxx x xx. something I might make 4S but more preemptive in nature.
Looking for consensus
Ok - while I have seen other treatments - the question is what would you expect partner to hold for the bid of 4 Major over 1minor - yes natural - but what type of hand
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: AKx AJ8xxx QT xx
Systemically one could sign off in 3H with a G/B 2NT bid, but 3H while not 100% forcing is a good hand - so partner would have to totally misfit and be weak to pass.
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: AKx AJ8xxx QT xx
Yes - clearly - 3NT still in the picture with a 3H bid
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: AKx AJ8xxx QT xx
disciplined partners do not pass forcing bids
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