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Susi Ross
Susi Ross
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Member Since
July 9, 2010
Last Seen
July 18, 2013
Member Type
Bridge Pro
Country
United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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XYZ
Brian, I don't know how to reply to just your comment on XYZ. I appreciate your version and think I need to get more information on all of that version since it is different from the one I have been playing since 1998. Thanks and hope you can give ...
XYZ
Brian, I don't know how to reply to just your comment on XYZ. I appreciate your version and think I need to get more information on all of that version since it is different from the one I have been playing since 1998. Thanks and hope you can give ...
XYZ
I appreciate your comments but no one has told me why they prefer their own version of XYZ instead of the original concept of keeping the bidding at a lower level.
XYZ
How does that differ from 1 1 1 2nt? that would say 4 and flat 11 oe 12 HCP
Kevin Dwyer and Gavin Wolpert win the NAOP
Congratulations guys. A job well done.
Susi Ross's bidding problem: KQJT9 Kxx x AJxx
Thank you for your input. That really helps. I wanted to say 3H but that bid wasn't in our notes so we didn't get to the cold game.
Mike Baggott's bidding problem: K542 K T975 J642
I like to show support as quickly as available. Here 4? does that. Now any cue bidding can happen including minorwood, or redwood or even blackwood which ever one prefers to use. I don't like to cue with a K incase that card is important.
BAZE
Thanks Phil, I appreciate your input but that takes more memory than I want. Since Zoran's answer was what I got from my friend Mike Cappellettelast night. Susi
BAZE
Zoran, Thank you for your explanation. That is the same explanation that I heard from a friend today. Thanks again. Susi
BAZE
Thanks Michael, I think someone should add a part that shows a void.
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