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William Sharp
William Sharp
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Basic Information

Member Since
Dec. 2, 2010
Last Seen
March 13, 2015
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
almost beating Baze,Wold,Andersen and Rosencranz in a swiss as a novice
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Harrisonburg, Waynesboro, Winchester VA
Favorite Tournaments
Charlottesville
Favorite Conventions
precision club
BBO Username
bill1157
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Mike Cassel's bidding problem: A J94 J7543 AT75
You wanted to be in game if partner had 4's...so bid 4
Meaning of 1NT-2!C-2any-3m?
yes, don't know why this is such a minority treatment. It is beyond me why you would want to transfer to a minor at the 3 level, skipping a possible 4-4 major fit, esp at matchpoints. Along the same lines, i hate "crawling stayman": with (54)in the majors ...
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: 7 3 KQ87643 KJ96
I thought 4NT would show minors, but with better 's than 's...
How fair are Howell movements? (Matchpoints)
Handling vulnerability is just another area the expert has an advantage over the average player. I seriously doubt that most club players pay attention to it at all, except to say "oh ####, we were vul, that's -200...In fact, the game of bridge would probably be simpler and more ...
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: QT97 K762 --- JT984
I was surprised that 2 had no takers...
Elementary Precision bidding question
1NT is 8-10 with a stopper
Wu Shuifa's bidding problem: x --- KJT9xx KQJ9xx
Too strong for 2D. yesterday on BBO I opened:S-.H-2.D-KT9832.C-A87543 2D, then raised partner's 5D to 6D which was cold...
Late Play Lead
I was East on this hand at a different table and partner opened 1C(16+ART) which got X'd by your hand...I had what I thought was an interesting bidding problem on the 2nd round..maybe I will do a poll on it!
To raise or not to raise ? - a simple question
Probably only 3 losers, but maybe not 10 winners, so maybe less than 50-50
What do you bid now? (1NT is mini)
Ok, I took North's hand away. I bid 3D at the table, and it continued: (3S)-4D//(4S)-5D-(X).
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