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Richard Unger
Richard Unger
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 14, 2010
Last Seen
Jan. 10
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Tony psyching a 1h overcall
Bridge Accomplishments
GNT flight C champ--many moons ago
Regular Bridge Partners
Who ever will play w/ me
Member of Bridge Club(s)
San Diego Unit AcBL
Favorite Tournaments
Favorite Conventions
Mini NT
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Connie and Lesley
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Richard Unger's bidding problem: KQT843 AK54 J 82
So here’s the back story —- When asked what 4D meant NT opener said “I don’t know” Hand with the 6 spades then bid 5H and opener 6S Afterward We called the director..they huddled and said (I was flabbergasted) THE ACTION OF BIDDING 5H WAS REASONABLE AND THE ...
Dan Denison's bidding problem: T9875 4 AJ954 T8
2s...your have a sure 8 card fit
Richard Unger's bidding problem: 65 T52 8542 KJ97
Thanks for all the comments everyone. This was certainly not meant to shame anyone --but more to understand how to make forcing bids without getting the level of the auction way too high Perhaps a better player may have opened two clubs instead of one heart. I don't like ...
Tom Allan's bidding problem: J873 Q4 Q KQ9862
we play top (4) and another (six or more) so 2h is easy
First Time in San Diego
May want to try adventures or esplanade. Lots of good bridge here.
Richard Unger's bidding problem: AQJT2 87 Q98 A75
Any enthusiasm for 2NT as a "catch-all" bid?
Richard Unger's bidding problem: T3 A75 AJ842 Axx
So, does the principle of fast arrival suggest a bid of 4h (only 13 hcp) or should you leave some space for partner since you have 3 Aces?
Richard Unger's 6 Club Play Problem
Which card won a trick for the opponents?
Specific Kings
We used to play it another the first king you DONT have. you can often get 2x the info across in one bid!

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