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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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The end of an ERa 25
Richard Fleet is on to something you know. Why have a rule saying what you can and cannot have to open the bidding. I have seen opening strong two bids from my days of rubber bridge ranging from AKQxxxxx and nothing to a flat 19 count with a five card ...
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save me from people that want to show spades and three cards and garbage. One salient point that seems to be unanswered is that if you play leb then 3 shows values and you think you should just pass?
Assess the blame (14)
find a bid over 3 if that is what partner does over dbl
John Torrey's bidding problem: K43 K9764 K4 A76
"NT shows what you have opened on. Why is anybody bidding 2? This gives partner a chance to bid 3 non forcing.
David Parsons's bidding problem: KJ8763 4 J64 T92
What would an initial 2 mean ? Assuming I have shown this why would I want to bid anything? /
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: AT5 --- AT875 AQT94
This something of a total guess. Going to try and may go down in six--hoping partner gets the message--that the key is diamonds.
The end of an ERa 25
extremely bloody useless
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AQJ5 AJ72 K976 A
Takes me back to my days of money bridge when you open something and your partners bids 4 and you have zero idea of what it means.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AQJ5 AJ72 K976 A
Maybe it is Gerber :)
David Caprera's bidding problem: K954 Q9 J7 AKQT5
The Italians get away with off shape dbls all the time. Dbl is clearly best not least because partner may pass. If we belong is spades then fine--if he bids 3 I hope for the best.
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