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Barbara Saltsman
Barbara Saltsman
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July 22, 2019
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Feb. 8
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EKCB in Opener's Suit??
THe rebid of 4Diamonds has my vote!!!
Passed Hand Jump Shift
jumps by ph are fit showing. However 1 of a Mj- 2NT is minors
Asking about Keycard Response
Thanks Ray, just thought maybe some readers did not know the actual responses, sorry if it appeared repetitive, Michael.
Asking about Keycard Response
All of the above is not Goldway Slam Trys int-2c 2h-3sp is Goldway hearts are trump, Slam is going to be in hearts int-2c 2sp-3h Spades are trump slam in Spades. Therefore, int-2c- 2h or 2sp----4c and 4d are splinters. This auction comes up often, and I think it is ...
Asking about Keycard Response
Playing Goldman slam trys after Stayman,it clears up the trump fit and is a slam try at the 3 level and 4c, 4d, are splinters, Thanks to the late Bobby Goldman.
A defensive problem
I am still old fashioned , and play standard signals, so in this case I would know if a club was needed , still do not know about a diamond shift for certain, but club situation has been cleared up.
How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
Clear, as clear can be, for me, 4clubs is automatic over 3NT just showing your hand.
Control-Showing Responses to Strong 2!c Openings: General Thoughts?
I have always played 2D, no Aces, 2H, one ace or 2 K, 2Sp an ace plus a K or better. If after 2c, 2d 2sp,, 3sp would show a feature like a King or a singleton and 3 trump support , and if not 3sp- 4Sp, no outside features but ...
RIP Harold Feldheim
An amusing story from my earliest bridge days, in the early seventies playing against him in Lake George,we were on last round had a kibitzer, the late Don Cowan.During the hand Harold admonished his lady partner with KEEP your hand back opponents can see all your cards, when ...
Entering leads on Bridgemates
Sevearal years ago I wrote to the ACBL asking that the opening lead be entered on each hand. Never did I hear again about it. To me it seems all important, even if you want to learn something about why a possible good player found that defence. What can it ...
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