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Dick Wilson
Dick Wilson
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 28, 2011
Last Seen
April 29
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Born in Rochester, NY in 1941. Still in Rocheser during the summer but after lthe winter of 2013/2014 I moved to Delray Beach, FL. Rubber bridge with family and friends from early high school through about age 45. Returned to the game at age 62 when a friend asked me to join him at a local duplicate club - my first try at this. The hook was set. I have not stopped since. My golf game suffered as a result but in 2011 I got back into golf in order that I not be totally one-dimensional for the rest of my life. I maintain an active interest in my business - HORIZON Solutions, LLC - a distribution company of electrical and industrial supplies serving a customer base in New York State and much of New England.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Marilyn Goldman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
All clubs in Rochester, NY Area
Favorite Tournaments
Gatlinburg and all Nationals
BBO Username
ddonuts and jdd
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Dick Wilson's bidding problem: A87 K9752 AQ9 65
Thanks, Henry. Agree with your comment. BTW I enjoyed competing with your dad for several years. Unfortunately, we only partnered twice. in 2005 we won 1.00 Masterpoints in a club game. in 2010 in another club game we won 1.50. I think both were section tops.
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: A87 K9752 AQ9 65
Reverse Two Way Drury is a convention which allows a passed hand to show invitational values in response to partner's opening bid of a major at a low level. 2s = 3 Card Game Invitational Raise 2s = 4 Card Game invitational Raise 1 Opener's Responses to ...
Dian Petrov's bidding problem: --- AT8432 32 AKQJ4
If I were going to take another bid on this auction (which I would never be in) I would show the 2nd suit.
Dian Petrov's bidding problem: --- AT8432 32 AKQJ4
Yet another great comment, Richard. . I assume the opener would continue his gamble and bid the 2nd suit. I would not be in this position to begin with.
Jay Michaels's bidding problem: KQJ2 AK4 KQ83 J4
Might opened 2nt to begin with to avoid this problem.
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
I had the pleasure of competing against Jeffrey and Steve in a small club game in Delray Beach FL a few weeks ago. They won handily and I asked in Butch and Sundance fashion, "Who are those guys?" Anyone in the bridge who didn't know them before know them ...
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: QT865 AT52 4 J95
Your initial Pass said I don't have 4 hearts you would have bid them over 3 Clubs. Bidding hearts over 3 diamonds doesn't even say Imlike them better than diamonds - it is taking a preference for the Major even though partner probably has 6 Diamonds. It is not ...
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: QT865 AT52 4 J95
How can you believe this is rescuing when you have clear game-going values in Partner’s 2nd suit when partner has shown extra strength and shape? It is not just reluctant support to bid 4 hearts especially when you have failed to make clear at The the 3 level that ...
Geeske Joel's bidding problem: Q3 KJ7 K542 AJ94
What is 2 Clubs in your system?
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: A7 KJ532 Q7 QT83
Thanks for your thoughts, John. Jerry’s take was that pass was the weakest bid. I felt that 3 hearts was the the equivalent of 1-2-3 stop - a blocking bid. Obviously, there was no agreement. BTW The hand makes 4 on a diamond lead on 23 HCPS.

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