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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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May 28, 2017
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Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KT3 AKQ9 --- AKQ987
No need Richard I should have made this much clearer.
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KT3 AKQ9 --- AKQ987
You are quite right Richard.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: 9642 Q6432 Q 986
All those who doubled presumably think penalty I guess.
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KT3 AKQ9 --- AKQ987
CHO?
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Don't mention that to DB. He will brand you a neanderthal. I think you have a good idea there. What would you suggest a newbie plays?
David Yates's bidding problem: 94 J95 AKQ743 JT
I have a view at these colours pass should be forcing. Double might get me 5 from partner, 5 is risky but brings in your main asset. Pass is not an option I would consider if I had paid an entry fee.
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Seems pretty easy too me but each to his own. You really are skilled in the art of hyperbole. Double risks playing in spades with a slam available elsewhere for what it is worth.
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David of course but I still think it best for tyros. I have certainly been seduced by innovation.
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When I started I was told that a direct cue bid of the opening bid was the strongest bid I could make when they opened--I doubt that much has changed. My advice is to start with 3.
Need help with this auction playing basic Transfer Precision
Seems to me that 4 will be a good start, opener has an obvious 4 bid Italian style, which shows tolerance for clubs. 5 now completes the description and denies a major suit control leaving an obvious 6 or 6nt closure. Asking for aces is not ...
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