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Ronan Valentine
Ronan Valentine
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Member Since
July 7, 2014
Last Seen
18 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Scottish U25 player

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Any junior tournament
Regular Bridge Partners
Liam O'Brien
Favorite Conventions
Non-Serious 3NT, Transfer Walsh
BBO Username
RonanV
ACBL Ranking
None
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Ronan Valentine's bidding problem: 3 KQJT65 KQJ875 ---
As a follow up for anyone who bids 4D, if p bids 5D what do you do?
Splitting honors: which honor to play?
For me, I would split high from two touching honours and from three would play highest in most sequences. However I apply a strong 10 principle to sequences that contain one where a Ten shows 0 or 2 honours higher. So T from QJT and J from JT9 and T ...
In the Well: Brad Moss
Thanks for the response, Brad! I am across the pond in Scotland at the moment but hope to be in the US for my 3rd year of college and would love to take in some tournaments while I'm there. I'm 18 at the moment which is fine for ...
In the Well: Brad Moss
Hello, thanks for being in the well. I would like to reiterate all of the comments before about your recent work in helping to rack up the evidence in the well documented cheating cases. Mine however is a bridge question! I have only been playing bridge for 3 years and ...
Play Problem
This one looks like it will be needing some luck, but my general plan is to take the ace perforce. Diamond to the Ace. K pitching a small heart. Ace of hearts, ruff a heart. Then the K pitching a small club from hand if ducked. If this ...
Multiple lines in 3NT
I also played this hand, and took the first trick in hand with the queen of spades. Having discussed this board plenty at the time and since, I feel like this is not a problem in teams. It then is fairly clear to play on clubs to make your contract ...
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