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Wayne Perrin
Wayne Perrin
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Basic Information

Member Since
April 21, 2018
Last Seen
Sept. 24
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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Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: AQJT93 J 32 QJT6
P said he had 5-5 or better. I have 4 card support.
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: A7 Q6 7642 AQJT7
Did I mention how much I HATE this 1D opening ?
Ron Steele's bidding problem: --- AJT AKQJ4 AQ985
Started with DBL because I hope that bid gives us a better chance to guess what the right level is.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: KQ3 83 KJ94 K976
Thank you Peg. That is a refinement that has not filtered down to me and my regular partner. But, I confess that I see the advantage and will discuss teh system change with him. I guess if that is the agreement on 2NT that good Spade raises have to start ...
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AT864 A4 9 97652
I am with Peg. 2H and a partner smart enough to convert to 2S with surprise 3 card support.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: KQ3 83 KJ94 K976
Not a big fan of the RDBL here. I would prefer a bid of 2NT as a Limit Raise or better in Spades. If they want to play in Hearts...they are going to have to be a lot higher than the 2 level.
David Parsons's bidding problem: KQ3 T54 AQ93 K32
So, I DBL'ed over 3H IN SPITE of the warning..and now it has come to this. Partner has made the bid that I feared the most. I put a club in with my spades and bid 4S. After teh lead, I offer to get P a coffee while ...
David Parsons's bidding problem: KQ3 T54 AQ93 K32
I DBL...But I am really sweating it out to see what P bids now...and my next bid may in fact be a tougher decision than this one was.
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.
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