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Ralph F. Lind
Ralph F. Lind
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Basic Information

Member Since
March 22, 2013
Last Seen
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Member Type
Bridge Player
about me


Fate dealt Ralph F. Lind a strong bridge game.  Chance left him little time to play.


He wrote a bidding System (called Aurora) that swings to advantage against 2/1.  It is documented.  He is looking for a New England expert with the inclination and ability to play it. 


If you have a question, PM him.


Retired, he lives in the Bay State south of Nashua.


United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
When his partner jumped for joy one spring evening after a session of bridge at the 2011 Victoria Regional
Favorite Conventions
Flannery, Gazilli, Heeman, Klinger 2NT ( Aurora variants )
BBO Username
last exit
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Best line for 6H
To make 6 one of the red Kings must be onside. It is a mistake to ruff the deuce early because if the K is onside fourth, that ruff will establish him. So, start by finessing the Q with the intention of establishing s. If the Q holds, you ...
Mike Gill's bidding problem: xx AKQxxxxx x xx
... had to take The Rabbit off lead said The Hog.
"Why do my friends stop playing bridge when they are done being juniors?" It's normal to move on... and it's normal to "skip over" the last place you have occupied (= the bridge world ). Here's how it works. A chip of ...
Timuçin (Timo) Erkoç's bidding problem: ATxxxx x 9xxx xx
... even though we might not get a
Dean Panagopoulos's lead problem: T7 KJ8 73 J87532
The lead shows how different players regard the KJx
Congratulations to Adam and Zach!
Top Rank for top players. Congratulations Adam and Zach!
Plan the play in 6!h
Risk is that the minor suit Aces are reversed... meaning that Dummy turns up the Ace. East perforce has the Ace. Richard.F. - I have not read page 2 or 3 of this post. So, No clue where East-West cards lie.
Plan the play in 6!h
Main risk of a trump lead is that partner has the Ace and that declarer's stiff is discarded on an established .
Plan the play in 6!h
Michael.H. - I'm one who thinks the lead of a opposite the known 4-6-2-1 pattern is automatic when holding the King. So... Win the Queen. Cash the Ace. Lead the Queen. If it is not covered, discard the 4.
What's your plan for bidding this hand?
Planning for a 1 response? ...the hand improves. The issue then becomes missing 3NT.

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