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Will Roper
Will Roper
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 28, 2013
Last Seen
42 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

22 year old Studying engineering in London.

Love bridge, not much else to it


United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Alexandra Birchall
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Young Chelsea
Favorite Tournaments
Spring Foursomes
Favorite Conventions
Swedish 2m, Flannery
BBO Username
B Psyches
ACBL Ranking
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Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
What would 3 over 2N be? Michael Byrnes "cuebidding roundabout of doom" comes to mind.
Marriage in Three Acts
Just to make sure I am have understood this right: (1)-X-(2)-P (P)-2M Just shows an opening hand with 5M-4oM?
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: 98 AQT9 K843 Q52
Only just seen this. I don't feel like double "promises" more as some have suggested. Pass to me is correct because: a) The majors are the wrong way round. We will never win with vs b) The vulnerability makes any sacrifice poor especially without shortage
(1!C) - 2!C
Depends on vulnerability :)
Unusual NT
The rest of ones system might depend on vulnerability......So no, I am not joking :)
Is Vulnerability An Issue
With certain partners I am allowed to overcall this NV. Whether I want to is uncertain. With others this is about a Queen/King off overcalling strength.
Unusual NT
-Major. Which major depends on vulnerability: s if Vuln s if NV
Systemic philosophy on balanced hands
Definitely prefer 4-2 to go into 1. On the border re 5-2. I like splitting the NT ranges and understand your arguments for TriBal. However, I also like the unbalanced diamond (5552 structure) rather than a nebulous 1. Play Mod Mexican 2 with ...
South has definitely kept the ball in play and North could have done a lot more: 1 is good, 2 is borderline, 3 is poor (a 3 SPL jumps out at me as automatic) Pass is just making a bad situation worse
After a Passed-Hand 2/1, III
I answered NF, NF in all 3. I understand that 2 might be passed and therefore some people think that these bids are F1/FG. However, this is quite an easy auction to set up a force (3) and 2 in itself is a hugely descriptive, yet ...

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