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Peter Fordham
Peter Fordham
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Basic Information

Member Since
Sept. 23, 2015
Last Seen
Oct. 18
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Australia

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Playing in final of NZ open teams C'ship 2000, screen mate for 64 boards, RHO, Geir Helgemo, on defence, I knew I had to switch to card from K10x with AJx in dummy to have chance to defeat contract. I selected K which proved to be good enough. Geir, graciously, privately said, "Well defended Peter. If you examine the possible spot layouts closely, you'll see that the 10 is slightly better." Geir, champion, gentleman, scholar.
Bridge Accomplishments
Int'l: Played one Bermuda Bowl[2001], two Far East/Asia Pacific C'ships [1985, 2001], several Zone 7 C'ships [winning 2001]. Nat'nl: Won most open teams c'ships in Australasia including both Aust. and NZ Open Teams and Aust. Seniors teams.. Represented Qld, ACT and NSW at Aust Nat'nl C'ships[Open]. ACBL: Won Montreal Regional KO teams 1986?
Regular Bridge Partners
Not currently playing regularly
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Bridge Today
Favorite Tournaments
Australian Summer Festival of Bridge [includes National Open Teams and National Seniors Teams]
Favorite Conventions
The only good conventions are those that partner and I both understand thoroughly and use wisely.
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Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: KQ8xxx Qx Jxx Kx
@Craig Z I fully understand the distinction you are making. Nonetheless, I hate, despise and detest auctions, where, lacking the boss suit, in third seat, I take my life in my hands to open at the two level or higher to keep LHO at bay, only to discover, when I ...
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: 9542 AK5 843 J42
Okay, 3, perhaps it was a Senior's Moment. When 4 is -2, I'll just say nowt!
Brad Rind's bidding problem: AKQT6 K9853 732 ---
5 There is room for science here. I like to punt six level contracts, but I do not want to do so here where six could be hopeless or seven lay down. I want partner informed.
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: KQ8xxx Qx Jxx Kx
Not for me Craig. See above.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: 9542 AK5 843 J42
Pass Isn't this an OBARBIDS position? Or 3 The Law will protect me?
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: KQ8xxx Qx Jxx Kx
Student: I was too strong for .... And too weak for... Me: There is no such hand. There is a seamless transition between the two. I won't argue with your decision concerning one or the other, just do not Pass and commit an atrocity later in the auction.
Eli Jolley's bidding problem: AT9 9632 T2 AK87
2. I am willing to move, and I am interested in a fit.
Brad Rind's bidding problem: 4 KQJ85 KQ632 65
2 ought imply a fit for , but I am not enthused.
Ben Chosid's bidding problem: AQTxxx Q AKQxx J
7 The auction has an element of double cross about it, but, looking at our holding, in the light of partner's failure to Dble 7, surely the jump to 6 is based on a / hand including A
Ben Chosid's bidding problem: AQTxxx Q AKQxx J
I definitely agree with opening 1
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