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Jason Feldman
Jason Feldman
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Basic Information

Member Since
Nov. 8, 2009
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Bridge Winners co-founder and avid bridge player. Immigration Attorney by day in San Diego, CA.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning the 2006 World Youth Championship
Bridge Accomplishments
2006 World Youth Champion, 2008 NABC Swiss Champion
Regular Bridge Partners
Erin Feldman, Mary Ann Berg
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Adventures in Bridge
Favorite Tournaments
All the Nationals
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
Standard American
Standard American
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Jason and Vince
2 over 1
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Ralph Katz and Jason Feldman
2 over 1
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Ron Smith and Jason Feldman
2 over 1
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Josh Donn and Jason Feldman
2 over 1
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Nagy Kamel and Jason Feldman
2 over 1
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Joel Wooldridge & Johnny Hurd
2 over 1
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Bobby Levin - Steve Weinstein
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Kevin Bathurst - Dan Zagorin
2 over 1
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Chip Martel-Lew Stansby
Weak NT (except 3rd Vul), 2/1
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Erin Feldman and Jason Feldman
2 over 1
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Greg Humphreys and Jason Feldman
2/1 GF, 3/1 natural invitational (except 1M-3!d), 1M-2x-2N=waiting
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Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: J3 AQ3 QJ8543 Q8
Marshall, I disagree. Partner probably knows you have values, since if West had a good hand he would have done more than bid 2 initially. It's not unreasonable for Partner to have a stiff heart too for this auction: perhaps a 5134.
Jason Feldman's lead problem: JT4 T84 98 QJ852
Don't lead a spade. Typically, you have something else you really want led.
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: --- AT954 K KQJ8653
Even if it is a misfit, I have a great source of tricks for 3NT. Partner rates to have at least one club. Obviously, if partner has a club void we could have problems, but we've been down before.
Bob Heitzman's bidding problem: AJ62 A6 AQJT4 Q3
Partner also knows we are vulnerable at IMPs. I expect him to raise with hands that have two working cards (side kings count from partners evaluation perspective). A 5th spade and an ace is close to enough. With 3s I don’t expect to miss any games that are better ...
I think this is what Marion is asking about.
I have no problem doubling with a stiff. If partner wants to convert with 4 good trumps, that is fine with me. With a void, I would do something else.
Open San Diego Discussion Thread
If you want good Chinese and Asian food, I’d recommend the area by Convoy Street. Lots of options there.
Open San Diego Discussion Thread
Bronx Pizza is my favorite, but it’s about a 10 min drive away.
Eugene Hung's bidding problem: K7 J642 T873 J64
I think many 6331's partner would rebid 2, but double is possible with a mediocre or bad spade suit. Any 5332 or 5(43)1 I'm expecting partner to double. I would bid the first time as well, but don't despise pass.
Bob Heitzman's bidding problem: AKQJ64 52 QT3 A9
I think the hand you gave should bid 4 bid over 3. If partner has good trumps extra values and a stiff club they can bid again. I believe the given hand should bid a direct 4 to show a slammish hand with first round control and ...
Flipping for Winning
Although, if someone actually planned on cheating using a phone it would be trivial to just have a second phone in a pocket that they could turn on in the bathroom (while creating the ruse that they didn't take a phone with them when they left).

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