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Alan Polish
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Aug. 12, 2012
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April 8
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Possible New Rita & Alan 18 July
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Alan Jan 2017
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Alan/Nick Jan 2019
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Kathryn Kranen/Alan Polish
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Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: A76 AKJ943 75 K4
I follow Larry Cohen and he claims the new suit by responder is forcing one round. See link: https://www.larryco.com/bridge-articles/after-the-opponents-overcall Please give me your thoughts Richard regarding how you would bid this
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: A76 AKJ943 75 K4
I guess my inexperience shows. So how would you bid this?
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: A76 AKJ943 75 K4
I believe standard bidding practice would consider the 2H bid as forcing. If you do not then you still must believe that opener and responder have at least 23hcp which would be an incentive for North to continue. Of course other options include a cuebid, a double and then bid ...
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: AK 742 QJ76 AQJ3
I would bid 4NT as a quantitative bid promising 16-17hcp, no four card major and no singletons, voids or two worthless dubletons.
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: 74 AJT32 862 QT3
If the opponents are playing Inverted Minors then I would pass the 3H because they already have 22-23 points minimum. If the 2D is a single raise then they have maybe 20hcp. My partner bids 2S and the 3H so I am guessing she is 5/5 and has at ...
Gerry Gassman's bidding problem: --- QT87 K653 Q6532
I was going to say everything that Richard Fleet said above before I read his comments.
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