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Bill March
Bill March
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Member Since
Feb. 22, 2012
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Member Type
Bridge Player

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St George's,Darlington,UK
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A thought much would it be worth to see dummy before the lead?
I don’t know about seeing the dummy but if you know the best lead then that’s a massive advantage. One of Terence Reese’s many great quotes (perhaps Richard Fleet can give a better background) was ‘ give me a partner who always makes the best lead and I ...
Anthony Pettengell's bidding problem: AKTxx AJT9xx J x
My take is that the fit jump is forcing to 3S,but may be stronger.
Anthony Pettengell's bidding problem: AKTxx AJT9xx J x
Craig - I thought it went without saying(clearly not!) that a fit jump was not GF unless specified otherwise. My own view is that it’s better if pass is forcing here regardless,but many previous polls have shown me this is not the majority position.
Mystery of Barry Crane
Since I didn’t know the man the first thing that comes to my mind when he is mentioned is the immortal.... Dum,dum dum dum,dum,dum,dum dum.
Liam Milne's bidding problem: K64 J97542 KQ4 4
Though I bid 2H ,a reason not to is that partner with a close decision over 3S would devalue a singleton.
Bill March's bidding problem: 7 765 A94 KJT763
My own view is that a direct 3S is a stopper ask( whether partner agrees is a different matter!). So the other bids show spades - in ascending order of strength (pass)2S ,2S,(pass)3S, 4S. I don’t think it’s that narrow a window. Still waiting for someone ...
Now that we are at Multi, what is this double?
Either hearts or t/o ,rho’s bid to clarify- if they psyche hearts by passing with spades then One of you is getting a top.
Bill March's bidding problem: 7 765 A94 KJT763
I didn’t have this hand but I would prefer 3C to 2C.
Bill March's bidding problem: Q82 K872 J83 K65
Always disappointing to see a ‘non problem’, especially when I’m the one to set it! - I really thought this was awkward,perhaps I was over influenced by the table result.
Bill March's bidding problem: A862 AQ6 A943 AK
For many the ‘simple’ 4D here would be 5+, having started with 3C to find a major suit fit first. You will have a more efficient way to distinguish between 44’s and 45(6) and therefore this problem will merely be one of evaluation.

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