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Bill March
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Feb. 22, 2012
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Showing the Queen of Spades
Bear in mind that some Italian pairs responded to ‘take out’ doubles with ‘exclusion’ bids ie they bid their shortest suit - this was part of the Roman club system.
Showing the Jack of Spades
There have been a few comments about this ‘old fashioned’ psyche. Even without the agreement that it can be 3 cards I’ve seen plenty take a chance rather than be left in a potential 2-2 fit vulnerable.
Showing the Jack of Spades
There are plenty of pairs right now that systemically can respond in a 3 card major when weak playing precision.
BW 2/1: Opener's 2M Rebid
See the link in my post above.
BW 2/1: Opener's 2M Rebid
There was a very good review of rebids a while ago by Andrew Gumperz ,I liked the Schuler shift option mentioned below which is what I think you’re referring to. This was one of 3 articles.
‘Sorry, I’ve got another one wrong’
Dan - this is at the heart of the question ie if you try to cash the diamond and it turns out that a spade ruff is the only way to beat it then would you adjust the score to one off? I would, more to the point if I'd ...
‘Sorry, I’ve got another one wrong’
‘Sorry, I’ve got another one wrong’
Don’t know the pips exactly but it was low.
‘Sorry, I’ve got another one wrong’
I have my own firm opinion of what I would do as a defender here and what I would rule as a director - but I’m not a director and I’d like those with a better understanding of the laws to explain in what scenario the defence could get ...
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: KQ5 A3 AQ AT9842
That the double is not negative does not mean that it is ‘penalties’ - simply ‘cards’.

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