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Robert Lass
Robert Lass
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 31, 2011
Last Seen
June 17
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Can you identify my Avatar?  I'm the best bridge player in Chicago for about three hands a month.  The rest of the time, I just swim along with the other fish.

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
As a punk kid after hours at the Wild Whist BC (in LA), going for $200 in a $5 an IMP money game in which the only non-World Champion was me!
Bridge Accomplishments
2019 Winner 0-10K Knockout Memphis NABC
Regular Bridge Partners
Tom Fogarty
Favorite Tournaments
Any National that I can drive to without ending up in a ditch.
Favorite Conventions
Flannery,
BBO Username
RRLASS
ACBL Ranking
Sapphire Life Master
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Robert Lass's bidding problem: JT876 Q Q843 AJ2
This is the companion hand to yesterdays problem.
Robert Lass's bidding problem: AK8 A9865 2 KQ93
It doesn't promise 4, but its my preference. Had I held A45 of spades and AK of hearts, then I would have considered raising to 3 since we could take the tap in the short hand twice without ruffing with a high honor. For what its worth, 3 spades ...
WOLFSON is Senior USA2
Sweet home Chicago! Good luck in China.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: T5 A9765 AJ T986
BTW, Mikael, you always post interesting problems. Thanks, and keep 'em coming.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: T5 A9765 AJ T986
Spade A, Spade K, low Spade ruffed and over-ruffed, low heart, Diamond to the A, Ace of hearts, low heart for partner to rough. That's down two and only requires partner to hold AK of spades and a doubleton Heart.
Joe Jones's Recruitment Strategy
Too late, wrong agency, won't work. Another in a long line of missteps. Good for Joe Jones for seeking guidance, but there is nothing in his background to suggest that he has the slightest idea how to evaluate sales lead generation/marketing vendors. I assume that the faux guarantee ...
Frank Pancoe's bidding problem: Kx xxx KJ98x Axx
3NT. Can count 8 tricks. May partner has qJx of hearts:)
Howard Engle's bidding problem: --- KQT4 AKJ876 QJ6
Can partner have 4 spades?
Where is the Nickell team in USBF playoffs?
Get to? Anytime she wants. Have to? Never in this life or the next.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: 963 K8762 Q7 J53
Double or 4 spades. What else is there. Over a double, N will likely pull to 4 spades which we will let them play. They'll take the same 12 tricks as they would have in NT. Over 4 spades, let them find spades! I'm hoping the end up ...
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