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Kevin Rosenberg
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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How to explain weird bid by partner without providing Unauthorized Information
I think it is probably better to mention that 3c would be Bergen by an unpassed hand, though I'm not convinced you could/should be penalized for failing to mention this. I mean here it's the hand you happen told as much as anything that convinces you that ...
Do You Have Any Fun/Funny Lesson Hands for Intermediates?
That is not a beginner hand for sure in my eyes. Even intermediate might be stretching it. I guess there are a decent amount of intermediate players that could solve this problem, but not many at all who are close to being able to make these plays at the table ...
World Junior Final - Board 73
given the opponent's 14-16 notrump range, I thought it was very likely he would get it right once he went into the tank. I think the correct play, well done.
Unclear auction
Whoever bid 4d undiscussed made a mistake, they should not do this. However, the best way to play is that 4d is natutal - a real slam try with good trumps. If I'm forced to guess, I guess natural, but I am obviously going to take a call either way ...
ATB Time
Part of the definition of a normal takeout double includes hands which are too strong to overcall
Very slow suit preference signals
I also think that a 20 sec pause midtrick to decide what signal to give is not, or at least should not, be ok.
Jim Munday's bidding problem: xxx x Jxxx AKQxx
I think there is a huge difference between "not preempting over a preempt" when they open a weak 2, as opposed to "preempting" in this auction. Preempts are much more effective when a (10) card fit has already been found. There is great value in being able to jump-raise to ...
Jim Munday's bidding problem: xxx x Jxxx AKQxx
I agree with Richards second point, but his 1st point implied that weakish hands with 5 spades should no longer bid 4s on this auction. I disagree with this personally, and I think it's not at all clear. I'd play that 4s on this auction can just be ...
Cover or not ?
Even if partner has 4 hearts to the 9, covering won't defeat the contract.
"Flexible signals" (part two)
B is a good point. I think with a holding like 98642, if we were going to lie with a strict 2/4 lead agreements, we should play 8 then 6. This distinguishes from 98x.
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