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Brett Kunin
Brett Kunin
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 16, 2012
Last Seen
Feb. 15
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

semi-retired attorney, living in northern New Jersey; Tournament Chair, NJ Bridge League (Unit 140)

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Winning KO and Swiss in same NYC regional
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Shrine Bridge Center, Livingston, NJ
BBO Username
brettnj
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Philadelphia Motions
TY, Don - Most appreciated. C U in Philly.
Range for Responder’s Splinter
Len: As you would expect, with a 9+ card fit, I fall back on LTC. By an UPH, Dennis and I play that over a spade, both 3h and 4h are splinters --the 4h splinter is limited to a hand that would normally want to play no more than game ...
ATB
I have to agree with Ricard. Hand is triple flawed--(a) too few pts to force partner to the 3-level without a fit; (2) insufficient hand for partner to sit for the double; and (3) only one card higher than a Q. I would bid 2s (JT right is decent ...
Bridge vanity license plates
My favorite one is a NY plate that reflects many moans of players: DOWN 1 I always toyed with getting 3NTXX950
Paul D East's bidding problem: J AQ753 75 98752
Paul: I did not respond to your poll, as I would have bid 2s to show hearts and a minor. Now, if partner bids 3d, it is correct to pass.
Help please (1): Revolving Discards
Alan: Interesting choice as your avatar picture -- does the rather obscure Star Trek reference imply a dual personality? (LOL)
I've never seen this before
I had never seen it done in the U.S. before this year, when at our club (Central NJ, Unit 140). one half of a "novice" pair had the contract (in that case, 3s) turned on an angle in her bidding box. She was consistent, as she did the same ...
Greg Humphreys's bidding problem: AQT Qxx AQTx Kxx
Greg: I could not respond to your poll without knowing how high you play responsive doubles.
Dennis Dewit's bidding problem: 3 AQ7542 KJT98 6
I abstained in your poll. I think the system you are using vs. Multi (i.e., giving up the x to show a penalty double of h's) is seriously flawed. You could very well miss your heart slam, since partner has a good hand. (If partner has as little ...
Ruling on Misinformation
Kieran: not according to Craig. The double was 4th chair.
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