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Dave Beer
Dave Beer
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April 14, 2015
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United States of America

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A point of curiosity
I wouldn't include Polish Club in the mix. While its 1 opening can be strong it is most commonly weak NT.
How do you bid first ?
I voted differently but my choices were also recorded incorrectly so I changed to abstain.
Go for 6!c?
"Bidding on Target" by Rosenkranz & Truscott (1992) describes both Truscott Two Diamonds and New Zealand Two-Club Relay.
Go for 6!c?
Since no structure was specified I don't know if I can which is why I said "if". I would have a chance playing two-way Stayman but it would be much harder if I had to start with a transfer to .
Go for 6!c?
I voted for #4 but I what I really want to do is offer a choice of games between 3NT and 5. I am willing to stop in 5 if we can figure out that it is superior to 3NT and want to get to 6 if ...
Forcing or not ?
Abstain since without any discussion I don't take this auction. I don't think it should be forcing but that was not question.
Can you bid this slam?
North has to bid 5 instead of 4 on the 2nd round.
Opener's jump rebid of 3NT after a game forcing 2/1 response
@Craig: "Easy to show strong NT with 5 card major after 1M-1N(F)--you bid 2m, then 2NT next time (typically over 2M)." Taking your suggested auction with the lower range of 1NT openings is likely to get you too high. To avoid that some people open 1NT with 5-card ...
Opener's jump rebid of 3NT after a game forcing 2/1 response
It was part of the series on Bridge Winners Standard 2/1. EDITED TO ADD LINKS BELOW There were two separate articles: • [url=]BW 2/1: Opener's 3NT Rebid[/url] • [url=]BW 2/1: Jumps to 3NT ...
A Useful Inversion
I think there are too many losses after 1-1M-2NT including, but not limited to: • Responder can't afford to pass 2NT when opener's shape, power and support for M are all unknown • Responder can't sign off in 3M • Responder can't support either of opener's suits ...
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