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Kevin Rosenberg
Kevin Rosenberg
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Feb. 23, 2012
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about me

I live in Sunnyvale California and I'm 22 years old.  I play professional bridge part-time, and just graduated from Berkeley.  I'll be starting a job as a software engineer later in the year.  I've also played a lot of junior bridge representing the USA, and enjoy those tournaments almost as much as anything.

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Michael Xu's bidding problem: AT9xx xx xxxx Kx
If I pass then I will feel uncomfortable at this vul if 1N or 2mm gets floated back to me. I could x then, but I'd rather act now. Can bid 1s or xx. Both have merits. Since I kind of want to declare, I'll bid 1S. Also ...
Brian Zhang's bidding problem: AQ8 Q3 J76 QT653
if i make more tricks than the field 3/4 of the time than not necessarily. Also would you rather average 60% with not much variance, or top 65% and bottom 35%? My philosophy at MPs is to try hard not to risk getting 0's unless I really feel ...
Brian Zhang's bidding problem: AQ8 Q3 J76 QT653
I personally would pass rather than open 1c. This is stylistic. At this point, my options are 1N, 2N, and pass. Playing a modern t/o double style, I would basically not bid 2N ever as a passed hand, particularly at MPs. Pass is pretty attractive at this vul, but ...
Finn Kolesnik's lead problem: QT75 AQJ2 AJT6 4
In my view, partner will always bid 4M on a 6 card suits, as well as most unbalanced hands with 5 card suit. Vulnerability also is relevant to how much your double asks partner to bid (at favorable, double is almost pure takeout of clubs imo). I agree with you ...
Finn Kolesnik's lead problem: QT75 AQJ2 AJT6 4
the least commital card. If partner has no club trick, I think this gives us the best chance to cash out (a spade could be better if partner has a high honor, especially K, there). If partner does have a club trick we have good chances I'd say to ...
Victor Xu's bidding problem: Q93 KQT53 QJT4 5
If I played 3H as "strong invite", I wouldn't bid it, but it would be better than 2H. The reason I wouldn't really like bidding it is the unexpected singleton club, which might make partner's life hard evaluating a hand like AJxx Axx Kxx xxx, where game ...
Finn Kolesnik's bidding problem: --- ATxxx --- J9876543
I don't pick up 13 cards in 2 suits to do nothing, especially at imps. Maybe 5H is plausible, obviously planning to run to 6c if doubled. If I double, presumably it will end the auction, which could be right or wrong, but I prefer to take a bid ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AKT8 87 --- KQT9632
I wouldn't think bidding 4S over 4H would be the choice if you doubled
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AKT8 87 --- KQT9632
double would be an option if you agreed that removing 4H to 5C did not show slam interest, but just more flexible. Undiscussed I wouldn't double. Also I think that would be better with majors reversed anyway.
Matchgame: 1!C-1!S, 2!H-4!C?
Id.be interested to see a good rule on when you can splinter in a suit partner has bid...
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