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Ben Green
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Aug. 18, 2015
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Normally when partner Xs here they have three spades and a heart trap, they may still run.
Hesitation Blackwood
Not to be confused with Mr Green, who happens to have the same agreement as DG unless one hand has shown 20+ balanced and the other hand has asked.
I think it's obvious so to pass the X as north. So he/she gets 100%.
Georgiy Shevchenko's bidding problem: 86 Q96542 84 975
Meckwell definitely played it for a time.
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: x Kxxxx AKQT9xx ---
Agree with Patrick. 3H over 1S should show 5/6. 3H in the sequence above just asks for a heart stopper.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 8752 KT82 KT82 5
I'm not sure but if partner was looking for five spades maybe he should bid 3C over 2D and see if responder can bid a 5 card suit?
Eric Hamilton's bidding problem: 64 --- 8432 Q875432
I tried 3H (showing a GF hand with shortage for me) hoping for a 4C bid later that I might pass or a 5C that would probably not get doubled.
Another Reese-Schapiro Hand
Thank you for posting David. I couldn't agree more. I have spoken to many contemporaries of Reese and Schapiro and the view is always a consistent one. I personally find it embarrassing that people are defending them. I think it is important to discuss and try (though it's ...
Pass over redouble
You pick or a strong hand (where they have psyched the xx). A jump to 2 or 3 would be pre-emptive.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 2 AKQ7532 2 AKQ2
Lho did very well to pass the double he was risking 1400 if north held the hearts. Surely he had somewhere to run when he psyched 2h?

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