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Wayne Perrin
Wayne Perrin
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 21
Last Seen
Nov. 11
Member Type
Bridge Player

Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
Won 1st ever Red Ribbon Pairs at Toronto Nationals. Mentored a couple of players who became much better players than I will ever be.
Favorite Conventions
2 way NMF and minorwood
BBO Username
madducks
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Robert Gellner's bidding problem: AKJ98642 AK K3 7
4C . I have to catch up somehow and this seems like best ( or is that only ) way to do so. The 4S bidders deserve to catch xx xxx Axxx Axxx in dummy
Wayne Perrin's bidding problem: QJ543 T KT KJ763
It SHOULD be penalty. But -670 was the result when P had the surprise responsive double.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: Q432 AT72 AT765 ---
Partner could ( or is that should ) have 5 Spades. Does my passed hand partner have enough tricks to beat this? I don't want to take that chance.
Steve Tyer's bidding problem: --- AQ4 KQJT753 A94
I pass. They can likely avoid leading Hearts or Clubs forever and I may not have an entry to dummy. If partner has some sort of spade holding that gets us 2 tricks on defence, I will happily score up my -140 or my +100. And if we don't ...
Wayne Perrin's bidding problem: --- Q42 T97642 J762
I guess the issue is this. Over 4S should DBL be penalty and 4NT be the takeout.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: x AQJ AKQ9x AKQx
Would 4S over 3H be a splinter ? I guess I should have 4 hearts to do that. But it sort of shows my shape and even gives us a shot to play in clubs if THAT is right
Winston Chang's bidding problem: K54 JT432 J KJT9
Pass. The wrong hand will have to take the Diamond ruffs
Wayne Perrin's bidding problem: AKQT32 K KQT4 K9
At the table, I bid 4S. Partner had 0 aces and we made just 4. My partner liked my bid. My RHO, who fancies himself an expert, spent 5 minutes berating me for not knowing how to bid properly and that EVERY decent player with my hand would have made ...
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: A32 AT6 AQ95 T64
Bid 5C since they are almost always bidding 5H over 5C and I KNOW what to do over 5H
Bob Okker's bidding problem: 32 T42 AK632 AKJ
Same conclusion as I had...but expressed much better. Thank you Fred.
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