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Steve Robinson
Steve Robinson
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Basic Information

Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
Last Seen
June 13
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me
I worked as a programmer til I retired in 1996. I've been married since 1976 and have a daughter 32 years old.

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
tearing up and playing 9 diamonds when playing in my club void
Bridge Accomplishments
winning Rosenbloom in 1986
Regular Bridge Partners
Peter Boyd
Member of Bridge Club(s)
washington bridge league
Favorite Conventions
BBO Username
ACBL Ranking
Grand Life Master
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Legal Agreement or not?
If 2spades is in theory natural and partner does not play it as such, then if you really have spades, he can do what he wants. However, if you don't have spades he must take you back to spades if he has support. If he doesn't that would ...
Legal Agreement or not?
I don't like the PP penalty. I think what they did was completely illegal and they should be penalized one place. If they came in 3rd, they get 4th. They should know better.
GF relays in Transfer Walsh
After 1club (normal club opener) - 1 diamond (showing hearts) 1heart is a multi-way bid. A weak notrump, three-card raises, very good club hands and 5-level splinters.
BW 2/1: Serious 3NT
I have strong opinions about 3NT being non-serious and cuebids being serious. After the auction like 1sp - 2any - 2spades - 3spades, do you really want to bid 4diamonds as a non-serious cuebid which could help the opponents when game might be touch and go? AKJxx/xxx/Axx/Qx is a non-serious ...
Orders of Protection - American Pool Players Association - ACBL
The abuser knows that he is not allowed contact with the victim and if he does have contact with the victim he can go to jail. If you're at a tournament with over 100 people and the abuser goes out of his way to avoid the victim, I don ...
BW 2/1: Jumps to 4M
I have very strong opinions about (1). 1ht - 2club - 2dia - 4hearts means that you have no idea how to play 2/1 1sp 2hts - 4hts shows five spades four hearts 2-2 in minors with no minor honors 3) five clubs four hearts, 2-2 in pointed suits with no pointed-suit honors
useful void
I have in order of preference 1) opponent's suit 2) splinter suit 3) partner's first bid suit
Jump Cue Bid after Negative Double
1heart - 1spade 3diamonds does not promise longer diamonds. However if opener rebids diamonds, he can't have six hearts and could easily have more than five diamonds. If you play that 1diamond opener denies five hearts, you can have the auction 1dia - 1sp - 2hts - 2sp - 3ht to show a hand ...
Jump Cue Bid after Negative Double
This hand is the reason why one should open 1heart with five hearts and seven diamonds. If partner has heart support he shows it right away. If partner does not have primary heart support, you know that you will play in diamonds. If you have six hearts, you'll rebid ...
Jump Cue Bid after Negative Double
I play five-card majors so I would have opened 1heart

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