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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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Regular Bridge Partners
Chris, Deborah, Eva, Greg
BBO Username
TriplThret
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: AT7432 --- KQ AKJT3
A good hand for leaping Michaels.
Brad Craig's bidding problem: Q 83 A86432 KJ53
I take it that this is not a 2 opener for you.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: T953 KJ96 T94 95
[b]At the table[/b] 6 out of 8 pairs passed (1 pair in 1). Par in NT was 7 tricks which partner made. 4 matchpoints out of 8. 2 pairs found a 4-4 heart fit which played better. Partner felt that I should have bid Stayman, clearly anti-field ...
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
[b]At the table[/b] I passed 3N with the West cards. I thought that perhaps East was 2=1=4=6, with a positional diamond stopper. With my 5 tricks and perhaps 4-5 more from East, I thought we were making 3N. We did. We actually made 7 for ...
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
[b]I don't think that 4NT can logically be any form of ace-asking convention[/b] Not my favorite agreement, but one that East insists on.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
[b]I think that removing 3NT to 4♣ suggests that 4♦ was some sort of cue-bid in support of ♣ and that my club holding is better than xx.[/b] I hadn't considered that. Good point.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
David, West had the diamond stop, not East (the club bidder).
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
We do not play minorwood, so 4 would show belated club support.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AT54 AKQ42 A8 42
If you choose 4N, you get a response of 5 (one ace, straight blackwood since no suit has been agreed). What now? EDIT: Sorry, 5, one ace.
Deb Paul's bidding problem: AK873 --- Txxx K8xx
My guess is that OP wants to see if there's any support for double. Not from me.
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