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David Levin
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about me

I live in the mountains of western North Carolina (US) and work as a freelance editor of nonfiction. The latter was preceded by two lengthy stints as a systems engineer in the telecom industry. I have written and self-published several books and ebooks (one on bridge, the remainder on chess) and have recorded several digital audio tracks. I last played bridge in 2007.

Effective October 29, 2016, I will try to consistently use the gender-neutral Swedish pronoun "hen," which means "he or she" or "him or her," and the gender-neutral Swedish pronoun "hens," which means "his or her" or "his or hers."

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How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
If Responder would rebid 2N over 2 with South's actual hand (as suggested by Rainer in a reply to the third discussion), then I'm not sure what the downside of Opener's rebidding 2 would be, and it might save bidding space when Responder also has ...
How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
It seems that the potential overruff on a 4-2 diamond break can be precluded by cashing one diamond, ruffing the second round of diamonds low, and ruffing the third round of diamonds high. (Transportation omitted for brevity.)
Why is it so hard to find a new partner?
I think if I were to move to a region where I didn't know anybody, I would volunteer at tournaments before setting any play dates. This would put me in touch with well-connected individuals who eventually should be able to help me find others at my level.
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Carry on.
How do you play this slam?
Perhaps South decided that an accident was more likely than being able to locate the needed quacks or additional shortness.
How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
The personal remarks seem unnecessary.
How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
What might be a partnership rule that defines 4N as a signoff in the uncontested sequence 1-2;2-3;3N-4;4N ?
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I've found that for replies, the color "#EDEDED" seems to blend the best.
Ten Endgames for Budding Bridge Fans
When #3 appeared in a tournament report in [i]The Bridge World[/i], the writer called Declarer's line a work of art. So, we're not the only ones who found it subtle.
The deal played itself
Larry Cohen's article "A Blue Ribbon Pair" had a deal like what you describe.
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