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David Boxley
David Boxley
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Member Since
March 9, 2012
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17 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Haven't played seriously in over 25 years.

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United States of America

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dboxley
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Selena Pepić's bidding problem: KT9642 4 62 AJT7
I voted for 2 but only because I can't see anything much better. I'm hoping that partner can maybe scrape up a raise to 3.
Sam Marks's bidding problem: KQ3 J432 QT9 Q86
Isn't partner asking how good is your drury response? It couldn't get much worse than this.
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: A93 975 KT83 AT3
I would probably open this playing weak NT but 1D just invites the opponents in on hands they wouldn't open.
Alexander Frieden's bidding problem: KQ4 5 K8732 AQ93
I think it depends on what your max for a 2 bid would look like. Mine wouldn't be enough to make 4 a good contract. IMO the responder to the TO double should be the one to push.
David Boxley's bidding problem: JT8765 A82 Q KT9
Very sorry, I neglected to mention that the free 1 bid promised 5.
Jyri Tamminen's bidding problem: K9 T92 AT2 J9875
Since partner is showing at least 55 (no reopening double) I have to make some bid which shows some cards. 2S is not that call.
Question emailed to me.
You can't answer that question without starting from ground zero of Preempts 101
Question emailed to me.
A record number of "likes".
Weishu Wu's bidding problem: A52 A7 KJ953 Q86
If they are playing GB2NT then that should have been stated. FWIW, I also would have passed over 1S.
Josh Mullins's bidding problem: J98 AT AKQ2 KQ83
In addition, I have NO IDEA what to do next if I dbl, even if playing leb and partner bids 2NT.
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