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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
Last Seen
17 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Deborah, Chris, Greg, Eva
BBO Username
TriplThret
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Lin Li's bidding problem: AKJT32 764 KJ 85
3, then 4 unless partner has raised to 4.
2C-2D-2S-3NT (opponents silent)
[b]Why have a perfectly usable bid and not use it?[/b] Why take up an entire level of bidding without knowing what the strong hand has?
2C-2D-2S-3NT (opponents silent)
[b]2C-2D-2S-3NT[/b] Don't do it. Just don't.
Anyone else not thrilled with the "new" BBO
Flash may be obsolete and unsafe, but I prefer that to the new version of BBO. I will continue to use the old BBO until such time as Flash is no longer supported. By then hopefully the new BBO will have improved.
David Yates's bidding problem: AKQ3 A75 J KQ943
[b]When 3 suits have been bid the X by E should be penalty. [/b] Unless you're playing snapdragon doubles, in which case double is not penalty.
Matt Blakeley's bidding problem: AJxx Kxxx xx AQx
I thought that once you've preempted, you're not supposed to preempt again. Did West miss that lesson?
Two rounds of competitive bidding
[b].as long as we don't hear 3 passes.[/b] Unless partner has 4 hearts, the opponents have a 9+ card heart fit. I can't see them selling out to 3.
Erik Klemš's bidding problem: Jx Qxxx KQ AQxxx
[b]1SP alerted, can be weaker [/b] Weaker than what?
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: AJ AK764 AK 8742
Partner, short in clubs, couldn't find a bid. Neither can I.
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: Q84 93 852 AT874
Double. If you're on lead partner, I prefer a spade to a heart.
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