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David Woulds
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Sept. 30, 2015
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Which grand is better? And how do you play it?
Doesn't 7 require trumps 3-2 whether you dummy reverse or ruff a heart, so you may as well play 7 and ruff a club as you have much better communications in 7 and 7 can handle some 4-1 breaks too
Make 10 tricks on a club lead
Are you sure you have your facts right, how can South make 10 tricks on a club lead, they will get in at some stage and South can just cash out 4 tricks. North can make it because East can't lead a club, North can set up hearts by ...
Ruling & whats do you think is the best
Reading this thread with interest as I was in the opposing team at another table sitting E-W and our opps bid quite comfortably to 6. The scoring format is IMPs Teams of 8 with teams A,B & C taking part, the final score after 32 boards was that we ...
A hand of many stories - problem
I agree in principle with this line except do we need to risk playing the Q at T1, only if clubs are 5-2 (or worse) and hearts are not 3-3 will we benefit by taking 2 club pitches. I'd play the A at T1 and run Q ...
Another Fine Mess
I'd plan to set dummy up rather than our hand knowing clubs are a likely 5-1, so T2, AH and then ruff a heart, then lead a spade up to dummy. Dummy's 3rd diamond can be discarded on the AC later, but unless trumps are 4-0 or hearts ...
What do you expect from partner?
You haven't given any details about your super accept methods, but I would expect short spades,4 card heart support and a hand that didn't match your super accept criteria, whatever that may be.
Balancing in fourth seat.
Knowing partner has at least an opening hand yet can't find a bid screams pass with such a flat shape. Another point is that opener could be a point shy of a 2NT opener and currently in a poor MP scoring contract, giving oppos a second chance may see ...
What has partner got?
The only hand I can come up with for North where 4 is a super accept cue is: A,AKxx,KQx(x),AQxx(x) and now a 5m cue by South is gin. With A,AKJx,KQx(x),KQxx(x), wouldn't they just employ RKCB So this does ...
Why would West lead a heart from AQx when they should be expecting the K to be with South
Another claim problem
Although declarer has made a bit of a bum claim, he will only go down on careless play, is it right to ask declarer to state their line of play. You don't say what card East played after taking the A, but surely it's right to cash ...
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