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Andrew Gumperz
Andrew Gumperz
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Member Since
Sept. 18, 2010
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9 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Andrew Gumperz is a part-time bridge professional based in the SF bay area. He has numerous regional victories, but his proudest bridge accomplishment was upsetting the CAYNE team at the 2009 Spingold in Washington DC. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys musical theater, especially when his daughter is performing.

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BBO Username
agumperz
ACBL Ranking
None
Andy-TC
2/1 Game Force
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Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: 654 Q65 85 A7542
Even though partner's X is for takeout, with a likely defensive trick, 3 tricks looks much more likely than 11.
Randy Thompson's bidding problem: K96 QJ9 KQ85 A52
With partner a passed hand, our game chances are diminished while the risk of going for a number is significant. I take the low road. Pass.
Roland Wald R.I.P.
I had hoped Roland could retire on the fabulous wealth acquired via his tireless commentating, but I can make due with how much he enriched the lives of all of us instead.
Roland Wald R.I.P.
What a shock. I am very sorry to hear of his passing. Roland was a true gentlemen of our bridge world. He was a friend to me and to everyone who knew him and to the tens of thousands who heard his calm, civilized voice explaining the nuances of expert ...
Richard Unger's bidding problem: KQxx Qx 6532 642
If partner overbid that is his problem not mine. It isn't my job to zag because he might have zigged. Bid your own hand. Let him bid his.
Richard Unger's bidding problem: KQxx Qx 6532 642
Game may have no play or it might be cold--we can't tell. But IMP scoring favors the bold so game it is.
Bill March's bidding problem: AKT6 AK976 8 AQ4
6 is the probable final contract, but there is no harm in checking back. Opposite the right moderate hand the grand will be good: Qxxxxx, xx, Axx, xx
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: AK54 8 AKQ742 87
2 is your call holding 3 diamonds. It can't be right to make the same call holding six diamonds AKQ.
What is your bidding plan?
Snide comments aren't needed.I am quite aware of the limitations in robot bidding.
What is your bidding plan?
My experience of opening 1N holding a 6M playing with robots has been quite unsuccessful. So it is 1 for me. I rebid 2 in both cases to keep the auction low. Maybe partner can send an unambiguous message with his next call.
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