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Steve Rogers
Steve Rogers
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Member Since
Dec. 15, 2018
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Bridge Player
about me

Grew up in UK and had some success before immigrating to Israel. Been playing on and off since 18.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1st places: London Championship (1979), Tel Aviv championship (2001) Israel Mixed Championship (1992?) Israel Open Championship (2006)
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YBTJ--Who is more to blame for this disaster?
South bidding 7 is crazy, he needs way too many key cards. The real problem of the hand is to stop in 5 and that depends a bit on your style of cue bidding. I don't think it is a mistake to open 2 clubs especially if you can ...
Steve Rogers's bidding problem: K974 QJ2 A97 Q64
Would you?
You be the Judge - missed game over weak 2
At the table West felt East should bid 4 with a fourth trump and a singleton, East felt that three spades showed something, West could have less and could see his diamonds were not wasted opposite a probable shortage. What do you think?
Comic NT
Comic (or Gardener) 1NT overcall is weak one suiter or a strong NT with a 2c to ask which. Mollo NT is always a weak or worthless one suited hand (so jump overcalls can be used for something else). Mollo was Gardener's partner but I am not sure if ...
Top players playing weak (12-14) NT in a natural 2/1 system
thx i will check this out
Top players playing weak (12-14) NT in a natural 2/1 system
I forgot to stipulate a natural 5 majors system, so Acol is not of interest. I think that is clear enough but if not then; "A 2/1 FG or nearly FG system with 5 card majors and a 12-14 nt most of the time in which 1d shows at ...
The Curious Case of Schneider-Reithoffer v Mollo
Avon, I have followed your articles on cheating with interest but I think this time you are on shaky ground. Meredith, was known to have a predilection for bidding the spade suit, even if he had only three of them. In the 1955 World Championship final against the USA out ...
Ethical, questionable or cheating?
The rules surely allow this so what's the ethical problem? There is a practical problem in that your opponents may be thinking about something different from what you are thinking of or (very rare but it happens) trying to mislead you.
Steve Rogers's bidding problem: KJ54 Q92 AQT53 6
I passed, partner tells me 4s is automatic, is it?
Steve Rogers's bidding problem: JT32 AJ987 953 6
I am interested in how many bid 1h, automatic according to one of my partners who maybe was influenced by the result......
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