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Andrew Sinclair
Andrew Sinclair
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Member Since
April 25, 2016
Last Seen
8 hours ago
Member Type
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Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: AJ J A9764 J9865
A LOL tried to psyche against me in an NABC midnight game. Last hand of the match. Long pause before she opens. This is just above that.
A fine line between...
Against 4, East could have led low from the A. Declarer might not play East to underlead the A and not play the K, thus lose the first 3 tricks to Q, A, ruff.
John Vega's bidding problem: J854 --- K872 AT762
What would partner have bid with AQxx, xxx, Axxxx, x? If slam makes with a fitting subminimum and good breaks, why not make at least a game try at IMPs?
P/C or Pick
With North a passed hand, can he or she really suggest to play a suit that is not one of South's? I don't think so. After either 2 or 2 South should correct to their major suit.
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Anant Rathi's bidding problem: JT95432 5 53 J75
What’s XX then 2?
Mert Özdemir's bidding problem: AJ72 K8 A754 T97
What is our agreement here? A 6-card limit raise? What’s the difference between this and 1-1-1-2NT-3*-3? It sounds like partner has xx, AQxxxx, Axx, xx and I don’t see where our 10th trick is coming from.
Thibault Wolf's bidding problem: A AK876 975 AT32
Do you play Nonserious/Frivilous 3NT or Serious 3NT? If neither, you sort of just have to blast.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AK64 QT843 83 Q3
I had a very similar situation last night. I think any 3-level bid is competing only. X looks like penalty with other agreement so I guess you have no game tries available. A good situation to have been playing negative free bids, I guess.
Howard Sandler's bidding problem: AKJ98 K9 AQ82 65
2 and then 2NT over 2.

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