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Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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Cupertino California, son of Debbie and Michael Rosenberg, "aspiring" bridge player who plays too much on BBO without learning a lot probably

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Poaching Jon Green's Post regarding the Common Game of 2/12
How is b3 close? Couldn't the doubles just have a 17 or 18 point hand with 3 card support. Over 2d, 2h is nf, no? And surely advanced will bid 2h with 5 hearts and 0 - 3 points or so
Common Game Tuesday 12 February Deal 14
If you switch the 5 and 6 of clubs so declarer couldn't unblock them, then I believe E is not irrelevant. If E could keep a third spade, then a spade to the king would not work because W could return a spade setting up a trick for E ...
Nabil Edgtton's bidding problem: x KTx KTxxx JTxx
pass, removing partner's next double to 4N
Strong Hand
I chose 2C then 3C, but ok with 1C if it is stylistically agreed / feasible
Respond?
1NT and don't care
Finn Kolesnik's bidding problem: JT9843 KQ9 J6 Q7
I have a stopper, right? I think trying to get to 4s is kind of silly, 3n seems to have far more chances on balance. But I need 3n from my side, so I think the choices are pass or 3n. The red makes it more rewarding, but also more ...
What are opponents entitled to
I think in my view, I don't really see the offending side as ever 'benefitting' BECAUSE of the UI. Yes, they may do better without screens, but screens vs. not screens are really two different games. I think what causes them to benefit in these rare cases is the ...
What are opponents entitled to
yeah more examples isn't gonna help. We disagree purely on the point - I would disagree in both of your examples as well... Again, why should the opponents have any right to know the wheels have come off? They do not have a right to know we are having a ...
What are opponents entitled to
sorry somehow I just missed the part about LHO asking partner. But still, I don't have to say yes to RHO's question, since they can't ask me about my own bid.
What are opponents entitled to
I agree with the sentiment of your example, in that you must say yes, and not show any anxiety or distress. However, in your example, it's a bit odd because for some reason, your RHO asked you a question about your own bid? So I don't see how ...
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