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Will Roper
Will Roper
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2013
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

23 year old junior who has played bridge for over half their life.

Apparently "studied" engineering in London.

Love bridge, not much else to it 

Favourite convention: Dopi Ropey

 

 

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Louise Selway
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Young Chelsea
Favorite Tournaments
Spring Foursomes, Gold Cup, Anything I can get to abroad
Favorite Conventions
TMNT = Too Many Needless Transfers
BBO Username
B Psyches
ACBL Ranking
None
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Whats your plan - making 4S
Quick drop in from work so might have missed something simple: Think I would cash the K and play a spade to the Ace. Guarantees on any 3-2. I also catch stiff Q in either hand and can trump coup North if they have 3+. What all the ...
Hand formatting
http://bridge-hand-player.appspot.com/#52
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: A A8 KQ8754 AJ87
Bit surprised by the poll results thus far. I knew my action would be considered off-centre but thought the "flexible" DBL would have a bigger proportion. People are obviously more rigid about length.
How much credence?
@Michael R: As per my post below, you can still make when 2-2 by playing a club at T5. Doesn’t mean that the has to be the K, no?
How much credence?
At work so on;y had 5minutes to glance at it. I think I would have crossed to the T at T5 and played my top two diamonds. In the position I am in now, I would play a .
A Cool Hand fron the Gold Coast
Also worth discussing what: 1-(2NT)-4 1-(2NT)-4 1-(2NT)-4 Mean in your partnership.
A Cool Hand fron the Gold Coast
Hi Norman, I assume you played for to be something like Hxx<>Hxxxx. Throw a club on the A, ruff the last last spade and play a diamond up. LHO is caught between a rock and a hard place. Weirdly the bit of this play I find nice ...
Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: J652 9752 QT QT5
Somewhat depends on what 2 over 2 and 3 over 3 mean. Also depends on what the worst shapely hand you would open your presumably strong with. e.g xx, AQxxxx, -, AKQxx is this a 1 or 1 for you guys. Failing all ...
Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: J652 9752 QT QT5
Slows the auction down. This hand is marginal but I don't mind it with quacky values. I played against a top international who went so far as to bid this with Jxx,Qxx,Kxxxxx, x (we both agreed afterwards this was too good).
Defense against short club and transfer responses
XX = 4 with better than 1 = 4 with better than Other bids: Treat like 1-(1)
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