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David Carlisle
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What's He Doing This Time?
you obviously do not recognise an exposed position. You cannot know they have fit here--you will only know when next hand bids, and not necessarily then.
Alert the Polish Club sequence 1!C-1!D-1!H ?
I have Known Richard for many years and I recall playing against him when they had a pretty standard auction to 3nt or so I thought. He simply said before you lead you ma want to ask some questions. They were playing puppet, which was a new idea at the ...
What should this bid mean?
In my view 4 is a cue bid with a potential slam it covers the spectrum from mild to certainly going to bid six and looking for seven.
What's He Doing This Time?
Richard Fleet put it very succinctly he expected partner to beat it in his own hand. He is right.
ATB - Slam at IMPs
certainly that is ok--but figured 5 was better for this at gives you a little space.
ATB - Slam at IMPs
you are quite right but not sure we have enough tricks in n-trumps.
What's He Doing This Time?
Ok but tell me why you want to risk a takeout double when the opps are likely misfitting? Because you are not suggesting 2nt --I assume minors, can you give me some example hands for doubling?
A suit combination - the Board 21 deal
Quite --try for five heart tricks and exit diamond if it works.
ATB - Slam at IMPs
Initially I was thinking the same thing--the insurance is to try 5 which should be safe enough. I think 5 asks for club control.
Negotiated Settlement
Good because we as more experienced players can take he sting out of these situations.
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