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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 13, 2013
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Started playing duplicate in 1976 but on a once a week basis since there were other activities that I was also interested in. Retired from work in July 2018 which left much more time for playing bridge.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Deborah, Chris, Greg, Eva
BBO Username
TriplThret
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Deb Dhar's bidding problem: J953 764 T54 987
[b]Why didn't I bid 4S last round?[/b] Because last round I didn't know who could make what. I've got no tricks for partner either in high cards or ruffing values. Partner now is showing a big 2 suiter and I prefer partner's first suit ...
Mike Ma's bidding problem: A97 T32 KQ6 KJ43
I'd like a club lead coming into my holding, not through it.
Steven Allen's lead problem: AK82 T76 J962 75
7 Partner opened the bidding with topless spades and nothing in hearts, so might have something in clubs.
Charlie Cahn's bidding problem: --- AQJ2 AKQ43 QJ83
3. A good partner will bid 3 which I'll raise. Over a more probable 3, I'll try 3N.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: AK94 --- T9843 AQ86
I based my 6-5 comment on the fact that East didn't make a negative double, therefore denying 4 spades. No sense looking for at best a 4-3 spade fit.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: AK94 --- T9843 AQ86
I agree with that and would add that 3 shows a 6-5 hand.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: KJ75 A75 KQ4 743
Pass. This might make on power.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: J94 653 J72 T853
[b]I guess you know that i held: K10853 - A109863 A2[/b] You doubled with that opposite a partner who did nothing but pass? Sorry, but you got what you deserved.
Claim Issue with ACBL on BBO
[b]A claim on BBO is not accepted unless you both accept it anyway. [/b] My experience is that this is not the case. We were defending a spade game, had already taken 3 tricks, and I held the highest remaining trump. Declarer claimed all the remaining tricks, partner accepted ...
Mike Ma's bidding problem: AJ762 K72 AQ4 QJ
Playing a system with strong NT, you open this hand 1N and the auction proceeds as shown. What would you do? I would pass. The shown auction is virtually identical, except for holding a 5 card spade suit.
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