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What if four aces appeared in the same trick?
Oct. 10
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Google ‘French letters’ if you desire them so much
Oct. 10
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Bridge is not about falling in love with what we bid
Oct. 10
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It would be rare if 2 is disciplined, see John below
Oct. 8
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I'd add Kokish over 2 response
Oct. 8
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Was opener a bot?
Oct. 8
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From my experience imp pairs are plain boring.
Oct. 8
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The condition is that only 3 is NF by responder
Oct. 8
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And if partner signs off in 4N you raise him to 6. Still accident prone in not well formed pair.
Oct. 8
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Perhaps he looks so much for the hits so that he loses his bridge concentration
Oct. 8
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Where does this idea come from that 64 good (poor) hand bids 2 (2) in response to 2, and why so many consider it rational?
Oct. 8
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East is a brave man or woman, should have been born in Columbus or Pizarro if not Alexander the Great times
Oct. 7
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X was conventional, likely MM/mm
Oct. 7
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If you do play a relay system you don't need anymore GF 3m after response to Stayman. Of course, few sane bridge players would like to leak full info with 9-11 relatively flat after strong 1N opening
Oct. 6
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Opener agree s with a cue-bid in dependence of agreement showing either shortness or fragment, 6133 or 6313. Responder shows 5+ s and either 4+s or honors in this suit if clubs are too short or too weak to repeat.
Oct. 6
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Oct. 6
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Is there any bridge player in 1N?
Oct. 5
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The issue is that 2N hand is too much of a mystery so as not to check for 5-3 fit
Oct. 5
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I think you entirely ignore that there is other info besides finding fit
Oct. 4
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It's a rarity that a solution that caters for everything does exist. Still, this situation is akin to 1M-2N-X-3/P-P-? Why we should be to force anything with flat 11-12 opposite a similar 10?
Oct. 3
ATB
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Easy to bid 4 with this hand once you see a nice 64 with your partner and not 5332 based on 12 HCPs allover. C'mon, get real man.
Oct. 3
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