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Shawn Drenning
Shawn Drenning
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Member Since
March 14, 2011
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about me

Just moved from NYC to Austin, TX.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
I have been on the cover of popular bridge publications such as the ACBL bridge bulletin
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Austin Bridge Center
Favorite Conventions
KISS
BBO Username
fuburules3
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
"But it is not unreasonable for West to lead a heart from length including the King if his club and diamond holdings are uninviting." In which case it is more likely that either the diamond or club is onside?
What is wrong with the Montreal Relay?
Well at a recent regional opponents answered exactly that when I asked and got very ornery when I asked for more clarification, so maybe practitioners of the 'Montreal Relay' believe it is self-evident what their bids mean?
What does this 4NT bid mean?
Over 2nt-3-3 having 3 agree hearts seems fine, but over 2nt-3-3 is it better to swap the meanings of 4 and 4?
28 Board RR + bonus: GNT politics
There were 20 flight B teams and I think 9 flight C teams.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AKQT8642 J 72 K6
Ahh, yeah sorry, should have spread out when I posted these problems!
Responder's rebids after 2N and a red suit transfer
I agree transferring and bidding a minor is natural, but what comes next is undiscussed in a lot of my partnerships. How does opener set trump? What does bidding 4nt or a new suit mean? My answers would be opener can bid either of responder’s suits with a fit ...
Are very light openings against the spirit of the game? Are they a form of Psych in 21st century clothing?
If your agreement is a third seat opener can be light, then I do not think it is "fielding a psyche" to not make as many close penalty doubles etc. after partner opens in third seat. Assuming everything is disclosed and you are not playing any illegal psychic controls, I ...
What signal do you give?
@Bernard I had 63 AK10x Q9x Qxxx and when I got in with Q of clubs I knew declarer had AK spades and AJ of clubs, so if he had the Q of hearts that would mean he made a strange play in diamonds. Even though I had worked all ...
What signal do you give?
I was W on this hand. From my perspective, based on declarer’s play from dummy at trick one and the fact that he considered ducking partner’s jack it was clear to me that our best defense was to continue spades even though I had led from 63. I ...
What signal do you give?
Because I don’t remember the spot played, but I had to pick something?
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