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David Neiman
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Feb. 20, 2013
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March 30
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Silver Life Master
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David Neiman's bidding problem: 6 J54 5 AK865432
i'm not expecting partner to have *only* a diamond stopper. They will certainly have a decent hand; I'm suggesting that 3N is one possibility. As for the poll results, last I looked, 3 asking for a diamond stopper was slightly in the lead, and it's what ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: 6 J54 5 AK865432
If anyone is interested, the rest of the story: (2)-3-(P)-4;(P)-5-(P)-6N-ap partner had a big 4-6-3-0 hand and thought I had more than I did. The hand makes 5 but only 4. They were peeved... I could (should ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: 6 J54 5 AK865432
Thank you for that poll, Richard. I bid 3 as a stopper ask because BAM; I didn't want to pass up that chance for game. I think there are more ways than 3 to show the majors, but it's not clear that it necessarily asks for ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: 6 J54 5 AK865432
Where are the points? If LHO has them, your 8-bagger is probably pretty safe and you'll likely have company in whatever contract you wind up in. If partner has them, the real problem is finding the right strain.
David Neiman's bidding problem: 6 J54 5 AK865432
Is there any support for 3, looking for 3NT from partner's side? If you were sitting W, how would you interpret that bid?
Those Pesky Opps
Sigh, so true.
Those Pesky Opps
West didn't open, and North didn't start with 1N. XX has merit. E will probably takeout to 2H and it'll come back to N. What then?
NABC Robot Individual - How do I practice for this?
The real problem is that there are gaping holes in the robots' bidding heuristics which don't seem to be getting fixed. I have examples from my NABC practice rounds as well. This is why I've decided not to play in the Robot tournament, even though I've had ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: A97 AKJ984 74 KT
See this post for the companion hand. Partner devalued her hand, bid 3 and I had to pass. Made 4. https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-6sl7i7tmdj/
David Neiman's bidding problem: 5432 9632 AK6 74
So if this hand is not a candidate for garbage stayman, what is? How would you change this hand to make 2 better than Pass?
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