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David Bailey
David Bailey
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
Last Seen
Oct. 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Doug Fjare, Bonnie Gall
Favorite Tournaments
2011 Gatlinburg Regional was awesome!
BBO Username
ADB42
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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David Patterson's bidding problem: AKQ74 --- --- JT965432
1; planning to bid 6 at my next turn.
Doug Fjare's bidding problem: AQT4 Q KT643 AT5
I'd go with "We do not defend bid and raised, doubled and redoubled contracts at the two-level!!!" And, "Pass shows no preference." That's much the same as passing after opponents redouble; e.g. After 1H (X) XX, I've always played Pass as no preference.
Doug Fjare's bidding problem: 7 7542 AJ754 AK9
Two questions. What would re-double mean? If you pass and partner re-doubles what would that mean?
My ACBL NABC Online Individual Journey - Day 4
Thanks, Richard!
Who's going to sue?
I think the sanctioning bodies should request voluntary forfeiture. Then, we could just live with the result. No law suits. And, we know more about the character of the cheats and their teammates.
David Bailey's bidding problem: T AKJ52 98642 62
Thanks, everyone. Partner had AK T973 KQ753 J8. I passed and we took three tricks -- 4SX making 4. The 5H bidders win the day. Even though 5D is a better contract, partner would almost surely correct to 5H. Then, AD and ruff would set 4H an extra trick. With a ...
David Bailey's bidding problem: T AKJ52 98642 62
You're right. Sorry.
David Bailey's bidding problem: T AKJ52 98642 62
oops! Sorry for the duplicate.
BBO and ACBL Extend Partnership
I think BBO has great teaching potential. I would like to see an option for a student to play hands that robots bid.
Mythbusters: defenses to opening 1NT
I use the Rule of Two. After 1N (P) P, I bid if I have two distribution points. Thus, second seat doesn't need to act with a balanced hand.
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