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Kieran Dyke
Kieran Dyke
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 25, 2015
Last Seen
3 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Pro
about me

Professional based in London.

 

Numerous national wins in Australia and now a few in England, most recently the Brighton Swiss Pairs.

Bronze medal, 2015 European teams.

 

I play on BBO as Woozle.

Country
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Beating Monaco in the Round of 16, 2015 European Teams, Tromso.
Bridge Accomplishments
Bronze medal, 2015 European teams. Numerous national events in Australia and England.
Regular Bridge Partners
Fiona Brown, Justin Howard, Michael Byrne. Partners back in Australia included Ron Klinger, Peter Gill and Ishmael Delmonte.
BBO Username
Woozle
ACBL Ranking
None
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Dustin Stout's bidding problem: AK93 --- QJ63 T8732
The opening I could take or leave, but I wouldn't consider passing over 2H.
Cornelius Duffie's bidding problem: KQ72 Q3 T7 Q9632
If you don't double with this, you might as well play the double as something else.
Another "what is standard?" poll
I don't think that 2NT needs to be game forcing. Responder either has extra shape or extra strength, so 2NT will be a desirable contract rarely enough that I'm happy to give up on it. But yes, Leonard's example hand might be a non-forcing 3C bid, or ...
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: 9853 5 A93 A9542
Certainly not a pass. We could have a grand - picture -,Axxxx,KQx,Kxxxx - and that's a 12-count.
continuance after a void response
Do you mean that the answerer need not bid seven with the queen, or that he may not bid seven with the queen?
continuance after a void response
We haven't sorted out second round controls - how can we be asking for third round controls?
continuance after a void response
We haven't sorted out second round controls - how can we be asking for third round controls?
Mark Raphaelson's bidding problem: KJ874 A83 J83 AJ
Only reason to bid with this is if we have a game, and then partner might have a bid coming. Other than that, this is a good defensive hand, and this is a good vulnerability to defend.
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: AK2 QJ742 6 KQ73
Automatic to bid spades with this shape. With a weaker hand than this, 2S last round.
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: AK2 QJ742 6 KQ73
You're a long way from being too strong for 2C (You could add an ace, and 3C wouldn't be unanimous). And yes, you are bidding 3S over partner's 3C.
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