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Fred Pollack
Fred Pollack
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Member Since
Oct. 23, 2011
Last Seen
4 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
Country
Canada

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the Werhner pairs 2016, beating Italy in the World Bridge Games 2016
Favorite Tournaments
NABC
BBO Username
Fredp
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Help with agreements to reach this good slam
I would not open the E hand. How about a simple: 1H - 2C 3S East can now drive the hand to slam
What's the best % play?
This is in no way a restricted choice situation. It is simply an example of vacant places. Playing for the drop of the 10 is the percentage play (52-48). A 3-1 break is more likely than a 2-2 break but that is irrelevant here. The decision is between 1-1 and ...
Procedural Penalty
If I had the North hand at IMPS, I would always bid game after after 1H (DBL). My kings might be the equivalent of aces and partner will have a lot of information about the position of the missing honors (and perhaps the trump position). If my partner does not ...
Procedural Penalty
Awful ruling. North clearly used the UI. South would pass over 3H.
Bridge is Sixty Percent Bidding?
At the top level, it may actually be more than 60% At the club game level, it is probably 30 to 40%.
USA2 Wins Bermuda Bowl
Congrats! Amazing win
The 5 level belongs to: __________
I have recently switched to forcing at this vulnerability with my regular partner. I was dead set against the idea for many years, but the advantage of a forcing pass here is huge. You can pass with the given hand and suggest 5H, which is just perfect on this hand.
Spingold Deal
I was the declarer at the other table. Trick 1 went K, ruff, 4, 5. With the 2 and 3 missing, the position was not that clear to Lindqvist. He found the right defense after long thought.
DIAMOND Wins Spingold
Congrats!
In the Well: Jeff Meckstroth
Hi Jeff, Congrats for the Vanderbilt! Do you and Eric change strategy for the few times you guys play matchpoints/board a match ? With a 1453 or 1435 shape over 1D-1S, would you be more tempted to bid 1NT at matchpoints ? Thanks, Fred
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