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Tom O'Reilly-Pol
Tom O'Reilly-Pol
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 31, 2012
Last Seen
June 26
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Every time a squeeze comes together
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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What Am I Missing?
Champaign is also basically equidistant from Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. I never liked playing that far from St. Louis.
ATB - How did we let this through?
Isn't the play consistent with E having AQ87?
Tomaz Adamic's bidding problem: KJT832 T7 AQ86 9
If we discussed this auction on the way to the venue, and decided it is forcing, I must bid 5. If there's doubt about this pass being forcing, pass seems pretty clear.
Nathan Finkle's bidding problem: x AQxxx Axx Kxxx
Just counting tricks after the keycard shows that 12 is enough. We have 1, 2, 1, 7 trumps (depending on breaks and possible dummy reversals). Yes, partner has another card or two we don't know about after the key card ask, but it's really hard ...
Bridge Winners You Hold App Released
Never again may be a bit much, but my experience was Oren lead problem (OLP) (skipped), Oren bidding problem (OBP) (skipped), OLP, OBP, OLP, OBP, non Oren problem, non Oren problem, OLP, OBP, OLP, OBP, OLP, OBP, non Oren problem.
Bridge Winners You Hold App Released
I'm not sure skip works very well. Skipped 7 problems in a row from Oren, including 1 3 times.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: JT8 J985 A93 QJ5
K&R says 6.8, specifically
John Portwood's bidding problem: K6432 432 A AJ97
If 2 wasn't forcing, and this hand wasn't worth a raise, I do not understand this system well enough to answer.
You Be The Client
If I'm reading this right, the question isn't how would you field this. The question is what would you write in the system notes, since you get to dictate system.
Assess the blame (10)
I can't think of a hand North could have that has a 4cM.

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