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Stephen Kennedy
Stephen Kennedy
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Member Since
Jan. 3, 2014
Last Seen
June 22, 2018
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

long time rubber bridge player in San Francisco Bay area   have partnered with Kyle Larsen, Grant Baze, Ron Smith, Harvey Brody....    have been playing more recently in team games with Jacob Morgan and Dane Compton 

try earnestly to teach my partners everything i know    like to play with partners who know more than i do

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ACBL Ranking
Ruby Life Master
J. P. Morgan/ S. Kennedy
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Kevin Bathurst's bidding problem: 752 J7532 K8 AKT
the advantage of 2 hearts is that partner might say 2No--and then partner is playing the hand from the right side --protecting partner's potential spade holding. If partner instead says 2 spades it should show a spade card and then you can bid 3 clubs in an effort to ...
Polly Siegel's bidding problem: 65 KJ953 T93 QJ9
3 by partner is an anti-law bid--particularly as you have not promised 5 hearts. this is the kind of bid someone you met at the partnership 30 minutes ago usually makes. after 3 your new found friend recalls that you rebid your heart suit and, with 3 good ...
Greg Humphreys's bidding problem: QJx Axx xxx Axxx
2 should make partner the declarer. I have no tenaces to protect--and a red suit lead may give us an extra trick. Besides my partners usually handle the dummy almost as well as I do myself.
Eugene Hung's bidding problem: AQ962 543 J8 A42
partner demands that we open all 11 hcp hands--so 2 clubs does not promise anything but some shape. Still I have a nice 11 and just because partner can have only 11 does not mean that he can't have much more. The problem is that with 15 or 16 ...
Danny Sprung's bidding problem: KQ75432 A83 72 K
the only time you won't have a decent chance at 6 is if you are off 2 aces or the AK. f course your partner almost never makes a mistake in these situations--but you do have an ace and a seventh trump and partner cannot know your ...
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: K T9 AKQ9 KQJT85
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