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Carl Hudecek
Carl Hudecek
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Suppose you are 5-4 in !d-!c w/ 18+ points
I failed to read the title carefully. I read in the body of the post the statement "when you're 5-4 in ♣-♦" So I bid assuming I had five clubs, 4 diamonds, 18+ HCP.
ATB, or is bridge just too tough?
Why can't South pass 3D at these conditions? South has a Yarborough on the bidding.
Fit Bid Forcing or Non-Forcing
If you want to make a forcing bid in spades, bid 1S.
Playing Dirty with Bots
Another example of why the first round of bidding should be programmed to be the same at all tables, using the BBO system.
“Never preempt over a preempt”...what’s the intuition? (If you agree)
So the majority, NV vs V at MP, after hearing pass by their partner, 3H by RHO, wouldn't bid 4S on KQT9xxxx - QJ9x x?
Would you let 7!H stand?
At I wrote earlier (intentionally redundant): " Thirty seconds on a close slam situation in World Class IMPS is NOT a "hesitation" It is more like a "too-fast" action."
Would you let 7!H stand?
Thirty seconds on a close slam situation in World Class IMPS is NOT a "hesitation" It is more like a "too-fast" action.
Would you let 7!H stand?
Once the director asks South if he heard anything, and South says "no", the 7H call should stand, and any "overhearing" issue should not be part of any discussion by anyone. If this entire case is based on the 30 seconds it took for North to bid 6H, I consider ...
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
What caliber handgun works best for suicide?
What does it promise?
Why open light V vs NV? In fact, in these days of trash openers in ANY seat, why open a one-bid light, 3rd hand, with ANY vulnerability except favorable?
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