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David MacRae
David MacRae
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Aug. 3, 2015
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5-5 Major Hand After Partner Opens 2NT
This hand came up in the common game on Thursday night and I was defending. I held K109x K9x K10x 7xx. The bidding was standard. 2NT - 3- 3 - 3 - 3NT. Rightly or wrongly I led the 7 and the ten won. Declarer then led a heart to ...
James Huntington's bidding problem: AT86 2 KQT8753 4
What should 3 show here? In my view it is preemptive. Obviously if it is some sort of strong hand, this hand is not appropriate.
Three Card Majors
Obviously he's a Constitutional lawyer.
ACBL non-member masterpoint policy
The answer to your question is "yes". However, in many ACBL events non-members are not allowed to play at all. You need to know how this may affect your team.
how do you bid these hands?
While I don't like either 2 (would have passed) or 2 (would have bid 2, especially if overcaller can have this garbage), I don't hate them either. However overcaller went seriously insane with his last two calls. 3NT and even 4NT at least have some ...
Measuring Deductive Reasoning
Talk to Robert Thorstad. Applying statistics to psychology is his bailiwick.
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: Q943 Q542 --- AJT98
OTOH, if they do bid 5 partner is better placed to compete if I have described my hand.
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: T7xxx K8xxxx QT ---
Was this supposed to be E/W vul?
ATB-missed slam
I have the impression that you play the game of life the same way you play the game of bridge. I hope I'm wrong because that would be sad if were true.
ATB-missed slam
I win in weak fields by outbidding them. True, I outplay them too. But they mostly lose in the bidding, especially slam and competitive bidding. I really don't understand this theory that you shouldn't use your bidding skills because you'll often get an additional trick in the ...

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