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All comments by Gerry Gassman
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Thanks, corrected.
Feb. 9
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Partner Hand was KQJT9, QT, AT94, 86. Now things become interesting following my 2.
Jan. 18
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Damn, I forgot to cue bid. Fell in love with those H.
Jan. 16
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4 is strong, descriptive, and still is GF or better. Hard to believe that partner has HCPs. Let’s find out?
Jan. 10
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Bottom, near bottom or lucky top
Jan. 5
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I’m bidding 2 with this Hand. I have a highly distributional hand my own strong an strong support for thr opener’s suit with stoppers in the other suits. I have 19 HCPs, 20 length Pts, 21 support Pts. Sand 5 LTC or at worst Game in the minors NT. True Opener could have a 12 Pts flat hand but let’s find out
Jan. 5
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BTW, good to know. Changes my perspective on the hand.
Dec. 31, 2018
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I’d rather have the opener’s Hand hidden and in a 5/2 than show any sign of encouragement. If we were Non-Vul then Clubs.
Dec. 30, 2018
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My partner would not have 5 unless looking for slam in cross imps. So I’ve have 2 Aces and trump K I’m bidding it.
Dec. 29, 2018
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Sorry, 5 was an accidental hit.
Dec. 27, 2018
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I didn't think about 5S but I like it. Fairly safe and shows slam interest
Dec. 20, 2018
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Yes, given it’s your system. We play 15-17 1NT. We are intermediate players and 3N after transfer to 3 would be to play. Here, I would do Gerber. I would be looking for 6 or 6N.
Sept. 27, 2018
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After two passed hands I would bid 2N. Your style might be 1C in 1st position figuring no one will pass 1C out.
Sept. 2, 2018
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I guess I didn’t understand the 2D as 2/1 response.
Sept. 2, 2018
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We did not ask to if E2D was Inv. M. North thought we did not have game going points and 3H was only competitive as Alan’s comment points out. Craig’s suggestion that 3D is a better descriptive bid is what I should have done. It certainly engages everyone’s thinking what as to do next.
Aug. 31, 2018
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They were not plating Inv. Minor. I was South and I would bid 2S in any case.
Aug. 30, 2018
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Are you saying North should have overcalled?
Aug. 30, 2018
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Interesting. Second thought is that I could have T.O. X after E2D response. That may have been the best starting point?
Aug. 30, 2018
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Your comments are what I look forward to seeing and using. Thank you
June 14, 2018
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Thank you Richard Fleet for always helping players with your excellent concise comments.
Thank you for to those for taking the time to read this problem and to vote. Well done.
June 14, 2018
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