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James Huntington
James Huntington
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Aug. 21, 2015
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May 25
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about me

First ACBL session 1973, first master point the next year, played pro in 1980s, took many years off, came back in 2000s, now playing almost only on BBO.

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United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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Hard to Believe
Testosterone shortage.
New form of "bridge" with NO disclosure
At a high level in this game, I would never think I had anyone figured out.
New form of "bridge" with NO disclosure
Success would probably come down to how often, and how drastically, you change systems. The best pair may have practiced for several years, and be all but unreadable.
New form of "bridge" with NO disclosure
Yes! Add legal bids of more than 7 also. However, we've all known partners who would bid 8 of something over an opponent's 8-bid... While we're at it, allow opening doubles. If passed, the contract is zero notrump doubled. If the doublees take 6 tricks, they get ...
New form of "bridge" with NO disclosure
I thought it would be intriguing to have a game in which players could use systemic insufficient bids.
ATB - ridiculous 3NT instead of a slam
We're getting out of hand with the stopperless notrump bids. We need to pull back...
James Huntington's bidding problem: AQ J42 AJT9 QT65
OK, you doublers. 2, P, P, back to you.
Which Card You Play
You might want to recast this as a General Poll, so people can click on their choice.
What sort of strength does doubling and then making a free raise of partners response to the 2 level show?
That's an ace and a queen more than minimum for some of us...
What sort of strength does doubling and then making a free raise of partners response to the 2 level show?
If opener had rebid, I'd do that on any hand with 4-card support. With opener shutting up, it's a good time for an agreement, as you could viably play it that same way to cut further competition, or not.
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