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Noah Weiss
Noah Weiss
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 9, 2015
Last Seen
Aug. 23
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I am a math professor at UW-Eau Claire, and play bridge occasionally.

Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
Ace of Clubs, BIL,
BBO Username
Noah121
ACBL Ranking
Non Life Master
Noah's standard convention card
Basic 2/1 with a few gadgets
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Philip McPeek's bidding problem: 63 AK73 JT9765 6
That's a tough problem! Although 1NT should show a balanced hand in this auction, I think it's more important to show a stopper. I think 2D is an overbid.
Philip McPeek's bidding problem: Q98743 94 8 K983
Though you are a little weak to double, your distribution is excellent with a singleton in the foe suit, heart tolerance, and 10 black cards.
Noah Weiss's bidding problem: 32 AQ954 KQT875 ---
That's an interesting idea that I have not considered!
Noah Weiss's bidding problem: 4 85 KQJT8743 73
That is a good question regarding the problem. I still live in EC, but haven't updated my profile since living in Kenosha.
Noah Weiss's bidding problem: 4 85 KQJT8743 73
Thanks for the suggestion. I guess that listing the meaning of those calls is redundant given the system mention?
Noah Weiss's bidding problem: 32 AQ954 KQT875 ---
I abstain on my own problem :)
Guy Arie's bidding problem: AKxx Txxx Jx Kxx
Partner is even shorter in diamonds and didn't act, which means that we might be in trouble if we bid.
Philip McPeek's bidding problem: --- Q54 KQJ92 QT962
Double is flexible, but I am indeed afraid of partner bidding 4H, but I feel that it would be safe to run to 5C in that case.
Tom O'Reilly-Pol's bidding problem: 8xx AKx Jxx QJxx
All calls are flawed. Pass understates your points, any suit bid or a double overstates your length, and NT is not good with the enemy suit wide open. I chose to understate the points since partner has another call.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: T63 AQJ84 QJ876 ---
Despite the 5-5, partner's failure to support hearts, plus your death holding in the enemy suit and void in partner's suit, screams misfit, and I'm following the law of holes.
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