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Watching the matches as and when I have the time, noticed that the world class players are declaring more strongly than they are defending.
50 minutes ago
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Board 24 not unbeatable? Hard to beat. Oops didn't see the hook :)
Aug. 14
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You mean if one plans to arrange a ruff then a club ruff can materialize for them?
Aug. 14
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Just added West's hand. Now it's double dummy :)
Aug. 12
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lol
Aug. 11
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North hasn't opened his mouth twice…What if you had passed a note to South saying whether my partner tanks or not; I am bidding 3 on the next round unless he chooses s. If it can be done at the five and or six level why not at this? Or it would fall under “ knowing partner's style and fielding”
Aug. 11
Rohit Gupta edited this comment Aug. 11
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Once Mr. Lawrence has been mentioned under a post concerning balancing…it should be closed.
Aug. 10
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Benito hates going for 500 or more against “air”.
Aug. 10
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The point is that novices are lilkely to be afraid to balance, and they need to overcome this. Once they've gotten comfortable, then they can learn when not to.~~WORD
Aug. 10
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Re posted under the right thread.
Aug. 10
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>> I either misbid or misplayed but it worked out this time or the opponents gave me something.<<

Tell that to the authors of Ad.In.Card Play. :)
Aug. 10
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Pass. Partner had: XX,J108X,AJX,973 in reality.
Aug. 10
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I agree to that in principle. But when partner couldn't move over 1…And you're green vs red….
Aug. 10
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Of course Xed. 4 is on ice, 5 on a good day(if we don't cash our second , and 6 if we don't get off lead with a .
Aug. 10
Rohit Gupta edited this comment Aug. 10
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Another 100% vote. It clears my doubts about why I get unwarranted tops, or near tops. Here I pulled partner's double to 4NT and he went to 6 ! lol. Down 3 for a near top. On Double dummy defense it's 4 down For that LHO has to under-lead s twice to get two ruffs and then another natural(or could be two more) to RHO.

And also before anyone starts on partnership confidence and all that, we are all mature bridge players and should just go on to the next hand with all agreements intact.
Aug. 10
Rohit Gupta edited this comment Aug. 10
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Might sound silly, but if we already have the App it would update automatically? Adam?
Aug. 10
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Seems you're resulting ;)
Aug. 9
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Is there any doubt that pass is the best bid? Every time I play I make both kinds of bids. Nothing stands out.
Aug. 9
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LOL. The person who posed this problem had really asked how to reach 6 or failing that 6…Bidding game(M) and making 6 was just an average score.
Aug. 8
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If one had opened 1 partner would have responded 1, what next?
Aug. 8
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