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Terry Beckman
Terry Beckman
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 5, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Currently in the top 600 masterpointwise nationally. Finished 40 and 29 in back to back years in the top 500. Have finished between 80 and 150 in the last 2 years
Regular Bridge Partners
Kathy Beckman, John Koch
ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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Robert Schachter's bidding problem: KQ2 972 AJ43 KQ5
I strongly feel that partner should be 3 hearts with extras and 6+ or with a solid or semi solid heart suit. That is the issue here and without that bid I have a minimum 2/1, in fact I would make a Swiss raise with this hand (forcing NT ...
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: KQJ432 AK64 4 85
Partner is unlimited and could have 3NT cold. If they bid 3 Hearts will quickly raise to 4.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: T753 QT64 63 Q32
Hand is too bad for 3 spades. If it goes 3S -p-p-x will be looking at -500 or -800
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: JT J63 QT87 KQ87
I would invite, but depending on opps might just bid 3NT.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: 5 7 KJT4 AKQT865
Know the answer to this one. Played in the same field.
Poor pair game movements
In a tournament setting web movements seem to be or should be favored. I have a couple of comments on why not. 1. Seeding, in a regional tournament, since the number of participants is not know, you can end up where an EW pair may only face 1 seeded pair ...
Ideas for Unit (or local org) Games?
There is a twice yearly club challenge between Clearwater and St. Petersburg. It is on a Sunday and was fairly well attended the one I played in(I winter with my wife in Clearwater). It had over 20 tables in play.
pass fail
I have an effective 8 count so I would just use the first rule and bid 3 spades. Partner needs 2 aces just to have a shot at game and there are many hands partner could have that have no play(including this one) All in all double of 4 ...
What is the largest penalty you have ever seen?
I have seen a 24 IMP swing on a ruling(replacement board, this was a long time ago). I also have collected 4600(4 clubs doubled and redoubled down 8). I also have lost 14 IMPs collecting +1100 in a part score auction.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: 9 KQ6 QT73 J9532
Sounds like partner has a trump or two and should lead one.
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