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Ben Green
Ben Green
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Aug. 18, 2015
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Patrick Gaudart's bidding problem: AKQT95 KT 4 AJ84
Partner should only pass the x with some values (about 6+) if x shows 15+. Your comment appears as though partner will pass regardless.
Venice Bridge Tournament. Harris Pairs Withdraw.
Proud of you guys. Well done for taking a stand against the cheats.
ERICHSEN Wins Jacoby Swiss
Congrats to Espen and team!
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
A truly fantastic result! Well done to the whole team and particularly to Peter and Alex who are a first time partnership.
Paul Meerschaert's bidding problem: AKQxxx QTx Axx J
This depends hugely on who you are playing against. I wouldn't bid 4NT playing against myself!
Liam Milne's bidding problem: KJT J9762 T52 A5
Agreed. I would ask partner why they bid 1S when they had an easy 2C/3C rebid.
John Diamond's bidding problem: Q3 KT73 AQ5 AJ86
David (Y), a NT game is only possible if partner has the biggest penalty double of all time i.e. they have overcalled on Jxxxx. With any marginal four card spade holding with values for game partner will look at the vul and just bid 3NT. Passing to take 800 ...
John Diamond's bidding problem: Q3 KT73 AQ5 AJ86
Perhaps I need to learn to be more aggressive in these positions. But it looks like a clear pass to me. We aren't making game, and it's not likely that partner has a penalty pass. So it looks like one has to balance the possibility of going plus ...
ATB - Just another missed slam
Playing a support double in a weak NT context is not the right method. What would you do with a strong NT without a heart stopper? I would have passed 1H hoping that partner could reopen with a double. now when partner bids 5D I would have an easy raise ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: 76 J5 AKQ9632 KJ
Don't see why 4H can't be passed.
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