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Alan Schwartz
Alan Schwartz
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April 29, 2013
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Minimum for 2S
You have to be prepared for pard to have a good hand with only 3S or even 2 if too strong to overcall 1NT(not likely this hand). Thus I would say 4-6 HCP. With less pard should be able to bid again if it goes P P P.
Early Decision
Kit, you wrote that bids are natural after pard bids a 2nd suit after a 1 opening. Is it the same after 1NT? eg 1N P 2 P 2 P 3 P ? Is 3 or 3 a cue for pards minor or natural? Does ...
Nickell vs. Lall - Board 111 - 7!S
I asked Kit at the time when South follows with the D9 followed by the Q whether this is a restricted choice situation. He was too busy to answer.
Prepare the Auction
What do you think of bidding 2C on some 3-3-4-3 hands.
Play 6NT
I would take the Diamond hook at trick 2. If it wins, all I need is bring clubs for 1 loser. If it loses, I still have entries for club hooks.
Jyri Tamminen's bidding problem: AKQ2 KT765 T2 Q3
Degree of spade fit unknown so the Law is of no use. Lack of dbl by E on 2nd round implies spade shortness decreasing defensive potential. Will believe the Vul opps.
David Parsons's bidding problem: AQJT5 K5 643 976
Would have bid 4S the first time as all I need is a normal TO dbl with short diamonds, so need to catch up now. Forcing pass does not do the job.
Hand for discussion
BTW If you play exclusion(voidwood), are there responses to show a void?
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: T82 T7 AQT9 K874
Why only 5% for 3C? 3D can be bid with a weaker hand.
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