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Andy Muenz
Andy Muenz
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 30, 2012
Last Seen
Feb. 15
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Bidding to a makeable 6C after opponent opened 2NT
Bridge Accomplishments
2nd in 1998 NLM pairs; 3 time district qualifier in NAP and GNT Flight B
Regular Bridge Partners
Dick Morgen; Chris Marlow
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Favorite Tournaments
Spring and Summer NABC
Favorite Conventions
Takeout Double
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Proper Framing a Director Call for a Teachable Moment: UI
I don't think pass is a LA for West even if he has 1 or more spades. His partner opened and rebid spades rather than opening a weak 2. This to me implies a full opener (since West forgot Drury). Opposite a full opener, West's hand is worth ...
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
Hi, Ian. Yes, It was in Better Bidding with Bergen. Not the easiest read but one of my first partners and I used a lot of it in our system.
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
I learned 1M 4 as a 4-3-3-3 15-17. Something that doesn't come up often, has slam potential, and is a difficult hand to describe.
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
Your way makes more sense since the reason for bidding to the 4 level with a weak hand is based on the law of total tricks which is useful in a competitive auction (which is likely when responder has a weak hand). When responder has a limit raise it becomes ...
3-way KO match
Danny, there will be a nationally televised coin flip on February 4. Oh, you meant after a 3-way KO...
Would you call for the director?
Gene, I respectfully disagree with part of your assertion. While I don't think this was an appropriate instance to call a director, I do think there are times to call the director in a club game over issues such as UI. Part of when to do this involves knowing ...
What do you play against multi 2!D?
DBL=a hand that can overcall in a major (possibly the same major that opener has) 2H/2S=Good hand with C/D. 3C/3D=natural and weak (7-13 points).
Andy Muenz's lead problem: QJ8 A43 87 QJ875
After 30 votes, no one has hit upon the club lead which is the only lead to hold them to 4. Opener is 2-2-4-5 and not strong enough to reverse, so elected to rebid 2C with AKxxx. He has 11 tricks once he knocks out the red aces, so his ...
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: AKJ2 --- AKQJT98 KT
The problem with that idea is that partner is liable not to be in on the joke and bid 6S over 6D, possibly with only 3 card support when he took 4H as Michaels.
Meyer Kotkin's bidding problem: AKJ2 --- AKQJT98 KT
DBL, planning to bid diamonds next or jump in diamonds if partner bids clubs.

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