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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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Missed Game-YBTJ
The diamond fit makes 3nt reasonable.
Strong Hand
How about a second negative?
You Be the Judge. Common Game 2/12/19 board 23
I was taught dbl followed by a jump in new suit was forcing and never had a problem with that.
You Be the Judge. Common Game 2/12/19 board 23
Funny a simple 1 overcall may well do the trick--but cannot fault the double. The subsequent 2 is in my view a strong three suiter. after 1nt 3 should in my opinion show solid suit and 2 broken. So if 2 is bid then surely ...
Multi 2!D Defence Revisited
Yes I have used it and you could beef it up a bit but the opps usually have no idea what to do. Best used playing pairs. Reminds me of a hand when RHO bid 3 to show a solid minor and i held Ax Ax AKQJxxx xx--well figured ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: AKQ95 JT4 --- AKQ87
yes most unlikely as he could have bid 5 ayt his first turn
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: 983 AJ974 765 T6
Someone tried 2
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: --- T8654 A954 J842
Duly tempted and that something to be said fr passing would for me unsuitable for family audiences.
Multi 2!D Defence Revisited
I see you have not used any pass and bids nor allowed for two suiters. You need to consider 4th position too. Better to use dbl to show balanced hands either too weak to bid 2nt or too strong. Pass and double penalties. Dixon used 2 and 2 ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: AKQ95 JT4 --- AKQ87
Would it? --well sobeit--i created the game force and I just cancelled it. Sue me. I do not care about post mortems just like to get it right at the table. FWIW 5 is better than 4 if you are going to bid.
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