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David Neiman
David Neiman
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Feb. 20, 2013
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March 22
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David Neiman's bidding problem: A62 A AJ8 KJ9732
Our actual auction (see the other poll), was 1-P-2.
David Neiman's bidding problem: A62 A AJ8 KJ9732
After 1-P-1-P-2-P, I would surely hear 2 from partner. Game forcing? Fortunately, I have an easy 2 rebid at that point, and GF or no, partner can safely pass.
David Neiman's bidding problem: A62 A AJ8 KJ9732
Thank you to those who weighed in on this poll. In an unfamiliar partnership, my partner chose to bid 2, ending the auction. See the link for his hand. It was one of the few bids that I had no continuation for. I was curious to see what the ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: Q9753 QJ7653 T4 ---
Thank you to those who weighed in. At our table my partner chose to bid 2H, ending the auction. See the other poll for my hand. As an unfamiliar partnership, he thought it best to show weakness rather than try to scramble for a landing spot later. While we fared ...
David Neiman's bidding problem: A62 A AJ8 KJ9732
Agreed.
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: 7 42 A93 AKQJ987
I was going to bid 2N but it's unlikely partner will get to respond without a 3S bid in the way. With 3C, pard can evaluate their hand regardless of interference
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Jx Kx AKQJxxx xx
To everyone pondering a 7-level bid after 6C gets doubled and pulled to 6S, might I politely and humbly ask why did you pass the double? If you didn't think 7 (C or D) was in sight at that point, why would it be now? This seems to be ...
Tony Ames - Bravo!
I'm continually impressed and humbled by the high ethical standards routinely practiced by the players in my local community. Leading by example is a powerful way to instill and promote integrity in our ranks.
ACBL.ORG down?
Apologies if I overreacted. I just wanted a simple answer. Thank you.
The ethics of when to think as declarer
Can I answer "both"? Ideally, I would pause to consider the general play of the hand first, which might include deciding which way to take the finesse, if indeed I wished to take it. But at any given time, new information might come to light which necessitates additional cogitation. And ...
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