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Fred Ferguson
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Member Since
March 21, 2011
Last Seen
July 6
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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Member of Bridge Club(s)
Hilton Head Island, SC USA
BBO Username
fergusfe
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Board 13 from the 07/03/2018 Common Game
Yes, you are right on both accounts: it is a hard slam to bid and 4S as average is what I expected. But I get the questions all the time "can this slam be bid" and "how would you bid slam". And the only way was for East to treat ...
Board 9 from the 07/03/2018 Common Game
LOL when the opponents have not found at fit at the 4-level, why would North help them out in the auction?
Board 5 from the 07/03/2018 Common Game
I have one partner that plays old Goren bridge e.g., he still plays strong jumps! But we have convinced him of at least a few modern applications such as transfers. Opening 3NT to show strength is just bad bridge. Preemptive bids, double or triple jumps, just take away valuable ...
Board 5 from the 05/29/2018 Common Game
Sorry my write up did not come over to the Bridge Winners site … Are you saying after 1D North - 1S OC East - 2C South ... North passed 2C?
Board 16 from the 05/22/2018 Common Game
First, West's treatment of 3D is to be commended. It was much harder (if not impossible) for you to get to slam after, the 3D bid over 1NT forcing. One of the first bridge books I acquired was William Root, How to Play a Hand of Bridge .. in it ...
Board 12 from the 05/22/2018 Common Game
So East overcalled 2H on effectively 9 hcp and a heart suit J1097x filled with intermediates .. this is really bad bridge, regardless vulnerability. The shame is that he got away with a really bad bid and will now think is was good bridge and be encouraged to do it again ...
Board 1 from the 05/15/2018 Common Game
3C is the alternate place to play this deal, with combined 22 hcp, with combined 24 support points and with 10 clubs between them, E/W should always compete to 2NT or 3C.
Board 1 from the 05/15/2018 Common Game
Yeah, unfortunate for you, you have a heart stopper but North has a second club stopper.
Board 17 from the 05/08/2018 Common Game
oops ... I have gone back and edited to clarify East/West bidding
Board 17 from the 05/08/2018 Common Game
North opens 3C (actually makes finding slam easier) and East doubles for takeout ... after you (West) bid 3H, if East bids 4H it does not show the strength of his hand. East should bid 4C so the double and then cuebid shows the strength of his hand and while not ...
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