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David Boxley
David Boxley
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Member Since
March 9, 2012
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Haven't played seriously in over 25 years.

Country
United States of America

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dboxley
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Ian Wilson's bidding problem: T98432 986 AK9 3
I would have bid 3 at my 2nd turn.
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: A2 A94 AT42 KQJ8
Raise a minor or bid 2 over 2, not ideal but maybe we will get to the right spot.
Shiang Chen's bidding problem: Q954 AQT6 A KT95
I don't mind them when they are appropriate, so as to avoid a rebid problem but if this auction is correct then 1NT has nothing to recommend it.
Mike Ma's bidding problem: KQJ987 --- AT4 AT92
If he had 2 defensive tricks why did he bid 4 rather than Q?
Mike Ma's bidding problem: KQJ987 --- AT4 AT92
I think partner bid 4 trying to goad them into 5, why else would he double when he has succeeded in pushing them to the 5 level? He had other ways to show spade support and an invitational/forcing type hand.
Alan Frank's bidding problem: KQ763 K AJ5 K652
I think a new suit here would either be a game try or a slam try. I'm somewhere in between.
Marten La Haye's bidding problem: 543 72 JT93 QT96
Easier for the opponents to evaluate their hands. Partner had other ways to show a very good hand.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: QJ3 QT954 T763 5
Since I'm not yet sure what partner's doing I will pass for now but if 4 comes back to me I will have to think about it. He is either asking for a spade stop or showing a rock with 4+ card heart support.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: K987642 --- K2 KQJ7
I hope we can make 5 but 5 is worth a try.
Dick Wilson's bidding problem: QT73 84 AJ65 KT4
4 if it's forcing, otherwise I don't know, depends on agreements.
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