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I don't get why a simple positive response could be inferior to showing controls, similar to system 1=gerber
14 hours ago
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Why do you think N was more likely to bid 4 over pass than over 4? Not sure how many big experts would take 5 as this hand rather than support of s. In my conclusion, if any demerit points were to be assigned, they would go to N.
16 hours ago
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment 15 hours ago
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Some luck involved in not playing in a high-level q
16 hours ago
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Good grief!
22 hours ago
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You can ask questions in a bidding poll
Feb. 15
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Other, post a bidding poll
Feb. 15
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Then your q-bidding agreement is inconsistent with puppet stayman
Feb. 15
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Being with the field all the time usually yields 55% if you play and defend reasonably well
Feb. 15
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I think your choice is clearly dominated by 3 since the latter caters to 3N opposite xx,xx,KQx,Axxxxx
Feb. 14
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Such a serious claim about a method that is alive and well for some 30 years requires a somehow better justification but ‘The declarer redoubles and we all get rich by slaughtering Zia’
Feb. 14
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Feb. 14
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Do you actually claim that if 1N opener XX with every hand, reopening with about 11-14 balanced becomes totally ineffective or just less effective?
Feb. 14
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I play 3 here as a punt and 3 as showing 6-4. Those who bid 3, I'm curious how to you show 6-4? j9x seems to be a good stopper.
Feb. 14
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Perhaps 2 over 1N for this pair would show 10HCP and 5413, but that would be my bid. I don't like jump to 3 at all with this suit quality. My favorite sequence 1N-2/3-3/4-whatever followed with 6
Feb. 14
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Feb. 14
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Do you really think that pushing to the three level with this hand may have positive expected value?
Feb. 14
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That's a simple problem to solve, say pass promises 8-9 (or anything in the high-frequency region of hcp distribution that makes X likely to succeed). Note that for the system to work, the reopening X has to be limited
Feb. 13
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Do you think that the other defender can't invent a penalty pass?
Feb. 13
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I'm sure there is a way to rationalize any bidding atrocity
Feb. 13
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I'd like to see that clear pass
Feb. 13
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Isn't 2 pass or correct in any sane partnership?
Feb. 13
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Last train with an aware partner? Besides, her majesty would not be happy to be confused with Humpty Dumpty
Feb. 13
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