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David MacRae
David MacRae
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Aug. 3, 2015
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David MacRae's bidding problem: KJ9x Q9xx x KJTx
I don't think that leaping Micheals is standard at all - still less when there are two unbid majors.
Michael Kammermeier's bidding problem: K42 AJ984 --- Q5432
Sorry. It's too late. You can't undo your previous mistakes.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AT643 A53 763 AK
The methods you play are surely relevant to this question. If I am simply playing hsgt then I sign off. Slam would be too hard to find.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: KT9853 86 Q8 AKJ
You're right, of course.I misread the problem.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: KT9853 86 Q8 AKJ
First off let's dispose of the notion that 4 sets trumps. 4 does that and 4 is discouraging. That's expert standard bidding practice and I have to assume that partner knows it. In view of this, 6NT can only be understood an an attempt to ...
Robin Hillyard's bidding problem: K AT74 84 AJ7543
Abstaining over this is, IMO, a bit over the top. 2 is a perfectly reasonable choice. Especially since the auction has worked out well for this choice.
Bob Heitzman's bidding problem: AKQJ64 52 QT3 A9
They haven't taken up any space so you should assume that your agreements still are on.
David MacRae's bidding problem: KJ9x Q9xx x KJTx
I posted this for a friend who held the hand. A good player told him that 4 was forcing and that 4NT is ask-asking. He would be interested in comments on these subjects. My strongly-held view is that 4 is definitely passable and that 4NT is to play.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: x AQT98xx Axx xx
Quite clearly, your partner has seen you bid before.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: KJT K8 AQJ9852 A
It would be a slight underbid if you had six diamonds. With seven it's huge.
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