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Arnd Los
Arnd Los
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Member Since
July 12, 2012
Last Seen
May 6
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Yuan Shen's bidding problem: T765 AJT95 Q2 87
David Parsons's bidding problem: AKT93 JT9 8765 7
How do you tell partner your hand after someone bids ? Not an unlikely scenario.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: 7xxx T9xxx Kx Tx
After partner passes 2 I would ask him whether he would like to play a different system in which doesn't feel the need to gamble at every turn.
Jon Green's bidding problem: QJ AK7 T86542 Q4
2 effectively endplays partner!?
I hate matchpoints
If this opening is the chosen style of NS, why do they expect to bid for perfection in low level contracts? The opening range is presumably enormous?
Time To Do Away With the Books
The books are not the problem, their users are. If one takes an exam in Law and brings the relevant books with him, it's a pretty sure bet he or she won't pass the exam when the books were not studied beforehand.
Is this hand worth balancing?
For me it's not about my hand but about the system the opp's play, whether partner had a natural NT bid available etc.
A director ruling
Matchpoint problem
I don't feel that the auction puts me at a disadvantage relative to the field and I am not willing to take much risk in trying to improve my position.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: KJ872 Q952 KJT9 ---
Peg, I expect partner to bid 3 holding 4 not mediocre hearts and values to accept my invite. I don't want to play in game if partner hold a hand to weak to accept the invite. Playing matchpoints would give me more to think about.

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