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Marion Gebhardt
Marion Gebhardt
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Member Since
Oct. 12, 2015
Last Seen
Feb. 15
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Numerous Regional and Sectional wins
Regular Bridge Partners
Milt Nehr, David Pearlman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
BAND,
Favorite Tournaments
Dallas
ACBL Ranking
Platinum Life Master
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Bidding after a 1NT overcall of partners major suit opening.
Bidding 3NT or 4Dias and giving the opponents room at the 4 level versus making a bid that shows some defense is the crux of the matter. From the respondent's 89% vote for 4Spades, it seems a moot point. Thanks to those who took time to respond.
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
Does anyone know where to find "Better Bidding With Bergen" Thanks.
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
As Michael said 4-Clubs is the strong hand with 4333 distribution and 4-Dias is the good 4M raise (with 1-1 ½ quick tricks outside). I don't see the need to use this bid to show a limit raise with 5-card support. I can bid 2NT (without a singleton) and ...
Bidding after a 1NT overcall of partners major suit opening.
Sorry, 4-Dias. shows five card support and 1 to 1 1/2 quick tricks outside.
Online Master Points - ACBL Success?
As a platinum member, I am one of those people who have no on-line points in my total. Its because I enjoy the social aspect of playing in the local clubs. If I lived in Camden, Arkansas (I have a lake home North of Camden) rather than Dallas, Texas, I ...
Bergen 4-Diamond bid
Thanks, do you know where you learnt this approach? I don't remember where I picked it up. Also, I can't seem to find an article covering this approach.
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AK874 AQ82 A43 8
Fine, but that's not the question here. So you want the perfect hand to double 5-4-1-3 with 17HCPs.
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AK874 AQ82 A43 8
"Apparently the enemy activity “convinced” S that N’s 2S did not show extra values". Partner commented that he thought I might be just wanting to compete??? My comment was you have to trust your partner. If he is doing something off-the-wall and you get in trouble on the hand ...
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AK874 AQ82 A43 8
Partner's hand was Q10X-J10X-QJ109-KX. I don't quarrel with the original 1 NT call. With 9HCPs he must take action over the 3 Club bid. The hand makes 6NT (By South), 6 Spades and 6 Hearts.
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AK874 AQ82 A43 8
Richard is right on. Partner knows that you have 25+HCPs between you and that that you would have to beat 3Clubs four tricks doubled to compensate for a vulnerable game. So a double here can not be for penalty. You don't want to bid 3 Hearts and potentially ...
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