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Robert Lass
Robert Lass
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Basic Information

Member Since
July 31, 2011
Last Seen
Nov. 16
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
Ro & Ro
2/1 Many hands upgraded
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Michael Shuster's bidding problem: AQJ7 QJ3 2 KQT72
"My feeling was that if we corrected 4♠ to 5♣ it would be a forward going move with a spade fit." Couldn't agree more, so I signed off in 5 because I don't like my red suits at all. So you have some company, anyway.
Lost in Translation?
Norman, please give your wife a Sharpie with a wide tip. She can easily excise the offending passage and enjoy her gift.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Q3 T984 KQT2 AQ2
This, since if you had a spade stopper, you would bid 3NT yourself. Partner will not know that his Jxx of spades is enough.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: KJT873 J AJ9532 ---
I would rather overcall 1 on this hand. This is the problem with Michaels when you have lots of distribution but not much high card strength. The second bid can be quite troublesome. If I had to bid, I would bid 3 and hope that partner can take ...
Ok. A stupid question on a Wednesday evening.
I hope that wasn't me!
The New Tricks Tournament Series
I asked Miss Sorting to go to the prom but, alas, she demurred./s
Ron Smith's bidding problem: AT5 AKQT7 KQT5 A
You apparently haven't played with my partner!
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: K9 AQ74 QJT765 5
Which party school? I'm ready!
And the 1!C - 2!D Jump Shift
Gives you more room to investigate. We bid inverted raises with 4 card majors, so the new minor is checkback.
And the 1!C - 2!D Jump Shift
Limit raise in clubs. I play inverted raises are game forcing.
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