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Aaron J Jones
Aaron J Jones
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March 21, 2014
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ATB - Flannery
You wouldn't bid 4S with Axxxxx x Jxxx xx over 3C?
ATB - Flannery
Where's that dislike button when you need it, South simply has to do something, no chance this is a force, agreeing to flannery without feeling its true beauty is no good
What does this bid mean?
It's just a last train bid, auction has been jammed and you're showing a good hand in context. I think this is on the border of a 5D bid, could argue either side
Big Ideas
This is a breath of fresh air. Maybe one or two of these I'm not particularly happy about because of reasons stated here. But bringing bridge into the 21st century and taking steps to lure competitive people is very important. I didn't learn the game until I was ...
ATB : Expensive Misdefense
Good lesson hand, AKxx should be looking to get tricks out of the small spades, easy club lead
Is anyone to blame?
Not bidding 3C over 2D was the worst decision of the auction. North could also have bid 4N over 3H. South bids were all fine, so "missing the slam" is all on North
What's the ethical action here?
Now that the hands are posted what an absolute shocker that partner was raising what he thought was your natural spade bid. Just like the 1000000 times someone has extra when they hesitate when partner doesn't alert a bid like this, it's 100% that the posted hand matches ...
What's the ethical action here?
You transferred to clubs and partner competed in spades. You're not allowed to infer from tempo or a lack of alert that partner forgot or misunderstood. With QJx of spades you have an obvious pass, yes anything else is unethical. Fielding partners forget after a break in procedure is ...
Odd ruling
this is an atrocious ruling. Dummy is way out of line trying to interject a line of play. I'd give the defense a diamond and assign a PP, which I almost never suggest but this is really bad behavior
The rest of the story...
At the playing site an overwhelming majority doubled
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