after opponents' weak-two bids and. in responding to a reverse by partner. The origins of the convention are unknown and various views about its spelling have ensued.
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Brian R. Senior (born 1953) is a professional bridge player and writer from Nottingham. He has represented Great Britain, England, Northern Ireland and Ireland in international competition and has won all the major English Bridge Union teams competitions. Senior played once in the World Team Olympiad, on the Ireland open team in 1988, which finished 15–16th in a field of 56.
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Lebensohl versus Rubensohl How do they differ? .
Lebensohl versus Rubensohl How do they differ? 32519. Insane 2-Diamond Bidder. Neill's article in The Bridge World, which was reprinted in Brian Senior's The Transfer Principle, described it as "the application of Jeff Rubens' transfer advances to Lebensohl". after partner doubles a weak two and RHO passes), and Rubensohl (or Rubinsohl) when he is not forced (as after an overcall of partner's 1NT opening).