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Alexander Cook
Alexander Cook
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April 7, 2013
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Alexander Cook's bidding problem: --- KQ98752 QJ8642 ---
Partner should have a side A/K.
Alexander Cook's bidding problem: --- KQ98752 QJ8642 ---
I picked up this hand in a face-to-face tournament with computer-dealt hands.
Yuval Yener's bidding problem: K852 T982 8 AJT2
If I didn't think the hand was worth a 3 bid over 2NT I am certainly not bidding 6 now.
Marten La Haye's bidding problem: KJ98742 A3 Q743 ---
I would have bid 3 over 2 and 4 over 3. Why give East a chance to bid 4?
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: Q AJ3 Q64 KQJ854
I bid my hand the previous round didn't I?
James Creech's bidding problem: A92 Q832 A97 T54
I assume there is a pass missing.
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: A KQ5 QJ76 AK876
There is a pass missing.
David Eddleston's lead problem: Q752 963 Q42 K43
It's best not to mention partner's BIT over 2 in the problem.
Discarding to deceive
Presumably 2 shows a four card major.
Do you adjust?
The tournament at which the OP was directing (and I was playing BTW) was not played under ACBL regulations.
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