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Alan Schwartz
Alan Schwartz
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April 29, 2013
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YBTJ (and Jury?) - Regional Swiss Teams
But North treated his hand as such(GF with spades), so why not show it via 3C to give South an option? Admittedly I would like to have a stiff for the bid, but can't have everything. I like to be able to jump to 3NT without 6 spades ...
YBTJ (and Jury?) - Regional Swiss Teams
As alluded to, the question is whether N would always bid 2NT with only 5 spades or can jump to 3NT with some of those hands. Souths decision is based on the partnership agreement. Having a 3C bid available(followed by 3S) to show a strong spade hand would be ...
Need to Cash
Kit, When dummy hit and declarer's hand later revealed, was there was a director call about an undisclosed agreement or did you decide that there was no damage?
What is this double?
5 decent diamonds to allow pard to compete. Bid 3 with 6. No reason to play support dbls when neg dbl is most likely 4H.
Alan Schwartz's bidding problem: KQ8 AT97 2 AJ542
I am surprised by all the votes for pass. Is a vul game our way that unlikely and starting with pass gives that up.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: T9652 A6 T3 AJ94
What ever is a limit raise with 4+ trumps. Usually 2 or 2NT.
Spotting Chances
I don't understand why 5 suggests a diamond void.
Alan Schwartz's lead problem: Q97 J4 JT84 JT84
Here the reason for my posting a "bad" lead problem. I didn't consider a major suit lead. Thus which minor? With similar suits usually I choose the one with the better inner spots. Not an option here. So I took the 2 minor suit Jacks unobserved under the table ...
My favorite hand from Memphis
Auction at our table P P 1 4 5 P P P Making 6, isn't there a saying not to put an 8 card suit down in dummy. Yes it was this hand.
Alan Schwartz's bidding problem: 743 862 KQJ3 K43
I like to differentiate between 4 and 5 spades as my opps always bid 4H next.
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