Join Bridge Winners

Bridge Winners Profile for William Kochneff

William Kochneff
William Kochneff
  • 1
    Following
  • 2
    Followers
  • 46
    Posts
  • 0
    Favorites

Basic Information

Member Since
June 28, 2014
Last Seen
July 20
Member Type
bridge player

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
None
Sorry, this user has no cards yet.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KJ97 K62 J3 KQ98
The danger is collecting 100 or 200 while missing game. Of course, there is danger in taking action as well.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
Opener's hand is: A, A9xxx, xx, KTxxx. Where do you want to be? By the way, 3C is weak in OUR system. I'm sure you have your methods, we have ours. We advance the fourth suit to show a stronger hand. It's silly to quibble over bidding ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
Opener's hand is: A, A9xxx, xx, KTxxx. Where do you want to be?
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
Why would forcing make a lot more sense? Partner said he's 5/5 with a minimum. If he's 6/5 or has something more to offer, he can choose to bid on if he chooses. 3H by responder would show a doubleton and a minimum. No, 3H is ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
How about 3H with the JT? In his case, partner's opening bid of 1H was sound.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
2N over 2C would show 11 or 12 and would be invitational, denying five spades, but showing diamonds stopped. 3N is the same thing, but willing to be in game opposite a minimum opener. On this particular hand, partner has shown ten rounded suit cards with no desire to play ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
It's a simple standard system where fourth suit is forcing to only 2N at the two level. It allows responder to show five spades without having to force to game. I continue to be amazed at the number of bridge players who don't know standard american where two ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 2 A5 T9643 AK842
Sometimes you end up with a partner where situations like this haven't been discussed. I'm sure you have played with someone with whom you have not partnered frequently. This was the case here and therefore why the methods were not stated. I'm guessing most partnerships have never ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 3 AT5 AQ62 AKQ74
responders bids over 2D: 2N is weak, forcing opener to rebid 3C with a minimum reverse. Responder then can pass. With enough go to game opposite opener's minimum reverse, every other bid is a game force. 3C shows four plus club support and slam interest if opener isn't ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 3 AT5 AQ62 AKQ74
r
.

Bottom Home Top