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Ray Hornby
Ray Hornby
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Basic Information

Member Since
June 23, 2010
Last Seen
Sept. 20
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Learned the game & played a lot in the 70's & 80's. Started playing competitively again in 2005.


Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning and drinking all that local wine at the 2016 Penticton Regional
Bridge Accomplishments
2018 CNTCA-2nd; 2017 CIPC-2nd; 2016 Winnipeg Regional; 2011 District 2 Flight A NAP; 2010 COPC-5th
Regular Bridge Partners
Marielle Brentnall
Favorite Tournaments
Canadian Bridge Championships, Penticton Regional, Council Bluffs Regional
Favorite Conventions
MISER, Fit Jumps, Turbo
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Gold Life Master
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Rich Newell's bidding problem: AJ9873 T75 AKT Q
My preference is a 4 fit jump with the responder hand, catching up on the shortness later in the auction.
Rich Newell's bidding problem: K Q84 K6 K876542
Systemically, how do you show a good but not quite GF 1-suiter vs. a minimum 1-suiter after a 1M opener? If that's 1NTF followed by 3C then that's my bid. The alternative played by many is an immediate jump to 3C to show this hand.
Are Gazilli jump-shifts non-alertable?
Why not alert as a matter of full disclosure since most players would expect the JS to be forcing
Competing after Partner's Strong NT and LHO's Balance
Having failed to transfer or X 2, East should bid 2 to compete. It should show 4 spades, short hearts and at least 1 minor.
Placing a whole heap of bidding cards on the table.
There's still a lot of those screens (and bidding trays) in use in Canadian national events. Picking has its advantages.
Placing a whole heap of bidding cards on the table.
There's grabbers & there's pickers. I'm a picker, it might be a Canadian thing, though my partner is the serial opposite and just loves the "phone book" slam bid.
Hawaii NABC Needs Your Support
I catch your drift, but don't be hating on the "Peg":) That was 30 years ago.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: AJ8653 --- 5 AKT764
I would have bid 2 originally so as not to bury my spades.
Liam Milne's lead problem: 8652 95 J985 AK8
A number of pairs use the A (or the Q) as the "power lead", while more recently some use the K. Lead agreements stated in the problem might generate a more accurate response.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: AKT86 JT K7 KJ97
Something like 4423 with the black queens & the K. The colours are right to compete.

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