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Ken Mohr
Ken Mohr
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Member Since
July 29, 2011
Last Seen
17 minutes ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
leading Nickell team at half in Spingold
Bridge Accomplishments
GNT championship flight Dist winner,many regional wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Ivan Figuereo
Favorite Conventions
lebensohl,last train,serious 3nt
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Silver Life Master
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ATB missed slam II
I don't think anyone is clearly to blame. Take away the J♣️ from N and and slam is not so good. Take away some of South's high cards or aces again slam is not so good. I think it's hard for either player to decide bidding on ...
ATB missed slam
We weren't told the agreements, but from the bidding I think 2❤️ may have been a 1RF, with 3❤️ by north NF if south had a minimum 2❤️ bid. Possibly 4♣️ would have shown slam interest even opposite the minimum hand, if so I can see why N rejected ...
It's ATB Time
Mostly N, but partly both for not having an agreement about what 4♣️ is here. North obviously intended it to play, but since he doesn't have a 4♣️ bid anyway he gets most of the blame. I agree 3♠️ seems a bit of an overbid. But 2♠️ seems an ...
Yet another what does 4NT mean
Michael, I believe Meckwell play (or used to) that in a sequence like 1♣️(strong)-(2♠️)-3❤️-(3♠️), double showed a heart fit. Presumably, the difference between double and 4❤️ would be willingness to bid on over 4♠️ as Martin mentioned. Of course in this sequence there's been only ...
Yes nothing helps in the second case I agree. I was thinking along the "symmetry" idea mentioned by Frances. I guess what I meant to say was, a low diamond works with W ♦️Kx and five hearts, but running the ♦️Q does not.
I haven't thought it through, but I think leading towards the ♦️QJ wins with hearts 5-1 and ♦️Kx with west, but leading the Q doesn't help with hearts 1-5 and ♦️Kx with east.
Yet another what does 4NT mean
Yes you have to have some sensible agreements. Concerning 4NT specifically, I was just mentioning that you have two ways to bid it, either now or pass first, then 4NT after whatever partner does. I have no idea what a delayed 4NT should show, but it could be assigned some ...
Yet another what does 4NT mean
I think pass is forcing here. If so, depending on agreements of openers continuations after responder's call will certainly influence how you play an immediate 4NT.
How should the director rule
I guess I may be influenced by playing almost exclusively with. one partner. Thus it would never occur to me that partner had, say nine solid clubs. I would take 5♣️ to be the ♠️AKQJx ❤️AKQJxx ♦️xx ♣️- or something like that that he is showing. Hence my scepticism that E ...
How should the director rule
John I think you missed my point. It's east passing 5♣️ that makes the case for a PP. He has the most obvious 5❤️ bid based on the auction. If he had done so and 5❤️x went down a zillion there would be no adjustment and no need ...

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