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Ben Green
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Aug. 18, 2015
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Art Korth's bidding problem: --- KQ763 97 AT8652
I would have more of a problem not being able to show a two suiter than a normal takeout double. If need be I would be happy to back in at the three level with a reasonable takeout double. Personally I think a hand that would double a strong NT ...
John Newman's bidding problem: J985 --- KT76 98743
I would imagine 4C is also forcing?
John Newman's bidding problem: J985 --- KT76 98743
I would expect to get doubled in 3NT, at least this will get passed out. I would also question, 'easily making'.
Floyd McWilliams's lead problem: T952 8 QT8543 52
Surely one would normally be expected to lead the suit that one's partner asked one to lead. So I don't agree with the logic of asking partner to do what they themselves had asked us to do. For me this clearly asks for a non diamond lead, so ...
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: 842 AKQ74 AKJ2 9
Agree with Richard.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: QJx Axxxxx xx xx
Agreed, but vul at IMPS the upside is greater in bidding game.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: QJx Axxxxx xx xx
Change your vote then :)
Winston Chang's bidding problem: QJx Axxxxx xx xx
Partner has a clear pass with your example hand and then you've missed game.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: QJx Axxxxx xx xx
For the 3H bidders (presumably non forcing) are you bidding 3H to show six cards and a double followed by 3H would show 5 specifically? I would be very worried that partner would pass and 4H could be laydown. It also looks like the hearts are breaking as LHO has ...
Waltraud Gruening's bidding problem: 842 AKQ74 AKJ2 9
Pd can't be 4351 they responded 2D to 2C.
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