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Camille Cros
Camille Cros
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May 2, 2012
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Nov. 21
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2/1 game force, 5 cards majors
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Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: AKQT9 T95 AJ987 ---
Tough one Any strain or level could be right ; even pass might be a winner though I feel this is antipercentage with such a offensive hand (12 or 13 tricks are possible with as little as Jx AKxx KQxx xxx in North)
Opener's rebid over 1NT in a 2/1 context
I'd rather keep it non forcing then ^^
Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: Q AJ9632 97 QJ43
I wouldn't risk 4NT in an occasionnal partnership but I've always played it as a strong fit + cue in this auction
Opener's rebid over 1NT in a 2/1 context
How can 1NT be semi-fg ? I thought a bid could only be : a) Forcing b) Non-forcing So here 1NT is up to 11 (maybe ugly 12, extremely rare) but remains non-forcing. Call it semi if you like it.
Opener's rebid over 1NT in a 2/1 context
Agree, of course there are plenty of other factors than strict point count (else bridge would be boring). This poll only aimed at discovering whether or not there is a general trend worldwide (and more precisely in the US). NB : in France people play 2/1 a weird way IMO ...
Camille Cros's bidding problem: xx A AKxxxx AKTx
AK8542 AKT3 I put some "x" to indicate the spot were very low
Overtricks at Imps
This makes a lot of sense to me. I once lost a match because I thought we had a terrible card and took some pushy decision late in the match. Eventually our team lost by 5 IMPS. Losing 20+ on the last 4 boards. As my teammates had a wonderful ...
What should this 4NT bid mean ?
With a bunch of high clubs plus the A couldn't we ?
1NT - should it be 100% forcing in response to 1H or 1S
@Patrick I totally agree with you (though I have no qualms to pass 1NT with BAL 14 in a "semi-fg" context) on your 2/1 method. But as long as opener can pass, 1NT is simply non-forcing. On the contrary it is forcing. Else ? I can't envision. My question ...
1NT - should it be 100% forcing in response to 1H or 1S
How can a bid be semi-forcing ? In my book bids are either forcing or non-forcing...

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