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Steve Rogers
Steve Rogers
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Dec. 15, 2018
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Bridge Player
about me

Grew up in UK and had some success before immigrating to Israel. Been playing on and off since 18.

Country
Israel

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Bridge Accomplishments
1st places: London Championship (1979), Tel Aviv championship (2001) Israel Mixed Championship (1992?) Israel Open Championship (2006)
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Steve Rogers's bidding problem: JT32 AJ987 953 6
I am interested in how many bid 1h, automatic according to one of my partners who maybe was influenced by the result......
What is a No-trump range?
I run into many players here in Israel who open 14 counts 15-17 1NT often for tactical purposes (for example they are 3rd in hand NV or playing with a client) and with no disclosure. It's difficult to prove and also a hassle and time waster to call the ...
Return attitude not original 4th best
"The general rule is...when you have three or more cards left, lead the card that was originally your fourth best" This is from Woolsey's partnership defence (1980). Brock in "Expert Defence" (1997) implies the same idea. Is this still expert practice?
Thanks, Fred Gitelman
Thanks Fred, it was a pleasure meeting you at e-bridge here in Israel many years ago and there is no doubt that BBO showed the way forward for online bridge. Look me up if you ever come here again :)
Was anyone at fault here?
East if anyone but i can understand his pass as west may be pushing because three spades is competitive.
2019 Open European Championships Thread
"The local cost level has very little influence on the EBL costs of staging", how can that be? surely renting the venue and accommodating the tournament directors and officials is a major cost? "cost per board" is an interesting way to look at it, I guess we can all translate ...
Is this double take out or lead directing?
I think that it is very difficult to construct a hand that passes on the first round and now wants to take out on this auction (opponents have points and no sure fit has been found yet....) so it makes sense to play it as lead directing. However, you may ...
2019 Open European Championships Thread
Entry fees here: http://db.eurobridge.org/repository/competitions/19Istanbul/microSite/Information.htm#Fees IS this normal, 880 euro for open teams? Turkey is a low-cost country by Europe standards, the EBL must be raking it in.
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