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Rich Newell
Rich Newell
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Basic Information

Member Since
May 22, 2012
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning 3 consecutive regional open pairs events in MN for 96.36 MPs and winning the third one by 8%
Bridge Accomplishments
42nd in 2013 Silodor, 2014 District 14 Flight A NAOP, Challenge the Champs Jan 2010
Regular Bridge Partners
Toby White
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Des Moines, Unit 216
Favorite Tournaments
District 14 regionals, Iowa sectionals
Favorite Conventions
Ones that actually come up
BBO Username
runewell
ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
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1NT or 1C
That's funny I am just the opposite. I like upgrading 17's to 1 of a minor and 19's to 2NT because they have more of those high cards that justify an upgrade, but I want a 5-cd suit as well. But I rarely upgrade a 14-count. Change ...
Queen of Trumps ask when playing RKCB 1430
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The Club's Coffee-Housing
Maybe if we all waited 5 seconds before playing to every trick, this wouldn't be a problem.
ATB missed slam
Would west really know this? What if east is K85 KJ KT76 KJ53 or K85 KJ5 KT76 KJ3 Also, how does west find out about east's hand playing specific kings?
ATB missed slam
Is east good enough for a 3 bid?
ATB missed slam
If they bid specific kings over 5NT, west will have difficulty getting enough information from his partner. If east asks, it's 4NT 5 (1/4) 5 (Q ask) 6/7. 7 has pretty good chances, either the diamonds set up or if partner started ...
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: --- JT976 AT42 Q987
I don't think you're going to take a lot of tricks in clubs if they start drawing your trump. I don't think they're going to have an easy time with suits not breaking.
Stig Holmquist's bidding problem: AKxxxxx x AKxx x
Even if it is 8 sure tricks, you will probably want partner to pass when he has zero sure tricks.
Jan Lagerman's bidding problem: AKQJ KQ92 AKJ3 6
Agree with Jack, 2 followed by 2NT. We would rebid 2NT with AKQJ KQ92 AKJ 62 Is AKQJ KQ92 AKJ3 6 really all that different?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KJ2 KJT4 T63 A87
I'm bidding 3 on the off chance partner responds 3NT. Of course, he could choose to bid 2NT over a double. But I will support with support. For all I know he has a huge hand with spades.
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