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Stephen Henry
Stephen Henry
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Member Since
May 28, 2014
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about me

Lost at the Bowl, Olympiads, World Mind Games, Mixed Teams and PABF events.

Country
New Zealand

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BBO Username
ash1968
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Sims
www.correctcontract.com generates hands (you have to put in some parameters) that allows you to share online with partner and practice bidding.
Pretend it is 1993 and you’re at a bridge club.
They were around in NZ in the 1990s - so I am not sure whether you are saying these (In the UK) have come or gone in the intervening years
Looking for consensus
QJTxxxxx and not much more outside would be within my range
Liam Milne's bidding problem: Q43 AKJ96 932 A7
I agree that 3 is forcing, however 4 seems to set the auction up better by being unambiguous in setting as the strain.
Too weak to reverse but holding 6m-5M, which suit do you open with?
Stephen with a ph!
Fascinating Drop vs Finesse decision from Wuhan
My oppos made comfortably
For Frank Stewart
As long as the pedestrian makes no sudden moves then it works ok. Sudden change in direction or pace is likely to end in an accident.
Stephen Henry's lead problem: T754 82 AT3 8532
My apologies, I dont know what leads they were playing. I thought which suit probably best place to start
Opinion Poll on Adequacy of Simplest Multi 2D Defenses
Exactly why Flannery should be banned because it isnt played in my village :)
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
I played like Marty for a while as well. It seemed like a net winner. Even when we had a 2C equivalent it broke even opening at the one level. Once we were played at the one level missing a making game, once we missed game and it went down.
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