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David Appleton
David Appleton
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Board 16; 27 August USA v Norway
Your partner knew, and, if you play some form of good-bad there, made a game try. Other lunatics with Paul's hand just bid 3NT.
Board 8 - 27th August
It is not without the realms of possibility to make 5C. Say North leads TS, then South will be unclear whether to play North for the AH or the JC at trick three. My suggestion on many auctions is that North might lead their low spade, thus not showing interest ...
Board 7, 27 August
I think both North and South have more to offer. It'd be nice to have some more constructive thing that doesn't get to the three level holding the North cards. Certainly, South ought to have one more try if North's hand is within limits.
Board 4, 20th August
it depends on your thoughts if it comes back to you after a 3C raise. If you are going to act again, then by all means try 2S then double. If not, then probably double the first time helps partner more.
Board 5, 20 August: 2007 Bermuda Bowl - USA! vs Norway
I really don't like Michael's with 6-5. Much better if it is 5-6. So that explains my 2H choice. Of course, there will be a lead directing problem with 2H, but then I smashed out 6D for a spade lead (partner having five diamonds was a blessing).
Board 10, August 20th, USA1 vs Norway
your partner opened and you have 15 points. A bit difficult to choose pass there.
WHAT IS THIS DOUBLE?
This will depend a bit on philosophy. Primarily, if we are going to try to make a part-score, getting rich rather than positive (against sound opponents) is not our aim. However, that doesn't preclude someone doubling with extras and someone choosing to pass. The other reason to this route ...
Board 29, July 9 Bermuda Bowl Match
Sure: 1D (2S) 3H P 4D (p) 6S P 6D.... nice choice Arjuna
July 9th Board 24
I'd rather the term desperate to sneaky.
hand 30.
Double is what you have to do with these. Of course, you don't have to enjoy it.
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