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Daniel Moisa
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Daniel Moisa's bidding problem: KQJ83 Q7 8652 64
in fact, partner's hand was: AT3 A8 A6 AKQT43
Daniel Moisa's bidding problem: KQJ83 Q7 8652 64
and if you decide to transfer to 4, I think 4NT should also be quantitative, especially because 3NT call range is so large
6!S play - decision time
I totally agree with you. There have been some discussions in our team in post-mortem :) W had J8xx Q9xx Kxxx J; I was one down, while the opponents made it with a crossruff on a x lead (on a similar bidding)
6!S play - decision time
your line of play is cleaner and it gives you some extra options if J is singleton. but I already started as stated
6!S play - decision time
plus, of course, J singleton - another 5.6%. in total 85% of the chances
6!S play - decision time
i made some math. it seems that this line has about 80% chance to succeed. 68% (from 3-2 s) + 36% (3-3s) * 32%
6!S play - decision time
this is how I played the first tricks of the hand at the table. I thought that starting with small heart before the K might block the suit and could create some additional problems
Daniel Moisa's bidding problem: AT A9 AK74 A9542
and I think that 4 down (800) is a fair expectation (for MPs)
Daniel Moisa's bidding problem: AT A9 AK74 A9542
I just made a correction - initially I've written R (Roi) instead of K. yes, our side can make a slam, even a big one, as cards lie. and this is exactly what happened on the real board at the other table with EW silent - S easily reached 6
Daniel Moisa's bidding problem: AT A9 AK74 A9542
no way. N leads 2 (3rd, 5th) and you see dummy: Q9xx Q8xx 6xx Qx. now, you know declarer's hand 2=3=6=2 and the play is straightforward. take A, play A to clarify, than A, X to K, ruff,A, K and 7 (S had this ...
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