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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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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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Phillip Martin's bidding problem: 2 AK7 KQ762 JT63
Having already denied 4 hearts with the 2 bid, 3 now could only be 3.
David Stevenson's lead problem: KJ42 875 95432 4
If partner has the ace, then unless it falls on air, 6 is going down.
Is this upgradeable?
13 working HCP, 3 aces, a good 5 card suit and some intermediates. Looks like an upgrade to me.
New Suit Jump In Response to Weak Two
[b]What if you have nly .5 KC - do you bid 4♦ or 4♥?[/b] There is no response to show no key cards plus the queen, so the response would be 4.
Emanuel Evacic's bidding problem: 222 AQJ765 K76 5
Think he did that just to piss off Lynn? At least it's not xxx of spades.
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: Q84 93 852 AT874
[b]Perchance you’ve heard of the term “sacrifice”.[/b] Yes, and this hand is close, but I'm not sure about sacrificing in 5 vs their 5. It may be too expensive or we might have too much defense for them to make 5, especially if ...
Michael Kammermeier's bidding problem: 4 AQ86 KQJ6 AJ65
Some people play lebensohl in response to a takeout double of a weak 2, but I've never heard of the weak 2 bidder's partner employing that convention. And if that's the case, shouldn't South bid 3? Is the bidding as shown correct?
Yosep Hutasoit's bidding problem: 654 98 AKQ AKQ53
A diamond short for 2. A club short for 3. A heart short for double. A spade stopper short for 2N. Too many HCP to pass. Pick a lie.
Raphael Hallerman's bidding problem: KJ6 KQ2 J976 KQ6
At the current time, there are 9 votes each for pass, double and 1NT. Seems like a really good problem to me with no clearcut "best answer".
Trick One Signal (Full Hand)
You don't need to think for 30 seconds. Just drop the 8 on the floor and as you're bending down to pick it up, just say "playing a low heart". :)
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