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David Goldfarb
David Goldfarb
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Member Since
Feb. 25, 2012
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Second place in an A/X Swiss, in a field with multiple Grand Life Masters including Eddie Wold and Shawn Quinn.
Regular Bridge Partners
Harry Elliott, Jon Goldberg, Jim Andre
BBO Username
DGoldfarb
ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
An Unassuming Club
An Unassuming Club
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Jim Andre and David Goldfarb 2/1 card
2 over 1
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Sheila + David
2 over 1
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Copy of Bridge Winners Standard
2 over 1
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Harry Elliott and David Goldfarb 2/1 card
2 over 1
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Phillip Martin's bidding problem: 2 AQ8 AQ9852 A62
6331 is three-suited? Call me old fashioned but I only see one suit.
Phillip Martin's bidding problem: 2 AQ8 AQ9852 A62
This hand strikes me as a near-textbook 3 rebid.
Where is Everyone?
That name sounds familiar, now that you mention it. I hope my confusion is understandable.
Where is Everyone?
I used to play on OKBridge with the name Zach. I never knew who Tuna was. :)
A Grovesnor What?
It's "Grosvenor".
How bad is this double?
And if North overcalls in spades you will have directed the worst lead possible.
Do I need a Neurologist?
My partner once did almost the same: we were bidding spades, they were bidding hearts, partner used RKC and I showed 2 without...and he passed. I managed to scramble five tricks with our aces and kings. Not vulnerable, thankfully. And at the other table, our opponents sold out to ...
Not enough aces
4 is an overbid. If you're going to overbid, you might as well make a more descriptive overbid with 4. Having previously overbid, North's bidding on again (6 over 5) is silly.
Odds on Doubling
Kit: You say that in these situations fourth hand has to guess what to do. My experience — which I readily admit is at a far lower level than yours — is that fourth hand nearly always finds a bid, and then it is the opening side that winds up having to ...
Odds on Doubling
The one thing that I demand from my weak NT runouts is that they distinguish strong from weak responder's hands immediately, so I'm with you on this. My own favored system lets you do this with a business redouble, and bid all 1- and 2-suited hands; it gives ...
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