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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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Member Since
June 17, 2015
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13 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Random brige player in New York City.  If you like backgammon, check out my site: www.dailygammon.com

Country
United States of America

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BBO Username
greenj
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AK6 JT J8 AKQJ86
Maybe... I feel like the odds of finding partner with K in one red suit and A in the other to be very high.
ATB
Nevertheless, I would recommend you adopt the principle that a freely bid 4m is always forcing.
Were NS damaged because of misinformation?
Was the failure to bid on South's first turn "reckless or gambling"? What do you propose to bid with South's hand after 3 showing both minors?
Restricted choice: real life example
Genetics. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mendelian_traits_in_humans
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More seriously, if I have the $$ to hire a team of pros, I might not find a cash prize to be that alluring.
Transfers after 2-level overcall with major-suit raises
I'm always confused about these transfer sequences about what Opener is supposed to do with: 1. A minimum with no tolerance for Responder's suit 2. A good hand which wants to force to game (or higher) and likes Responder's suit 3. A good hand which wants to ...
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: K2 AK52 AQT642 6
I don't know what "Dutch style" implies here. Could we be talking about QJxxxxxx xxx x xx? JTxxxx xxx xx xx?
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: KQ Q952 T72 Q653
Where do you think they are running to? Our other 4 card suit or one of the suits our side has bid naturally so far?
What do you bid - seeking guidance on an UI problem
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Are you in shape? We weren't
If East bids 3 that shows 4 hearts. If East chooses to bid 2NT, then he is knowingly giving up on finding a 4-4 heart fit. But, on the other hand, he might judge that to be a winning action: if East's ability to stop hearts as dummy ...
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