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Dennis Dewit
Dennis Dewit
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May 22, 2016
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Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: AQ32 J2 J2 KJ432
2, showing either a minimal hand or a GF hand with no other bid.
ATB playing 5m down when 3NT is much better
Or Kx Kxx QJxx xxxx. Good luck in 3NT.
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: J985 QJ8 J875 AJ
I'd expect a very offensive hand. Perhaps Qxxx - AKxxxx xxx if that is a first round pass in your style.
David Caprera's bidding problem: QJT2 KJ7 AKT2 K2
Double for me shows a hand with extras and no good bid, usually a hand too good to overcall 1NT. Sort of similar to (1m)-Dbl-(1M)-p-(2m/2M)-Dbl. In particular against precision 1 you have to be pragmatic and use Dbl for the majors (could have ...
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: Q83 AKQ4 AQ3 K86
There are other options after double. If either opponent bids NT, we can double again. If N produces a support rdbl, it's not impossible that our partner finds a bid. And last, if N bids 2 we can also double again to find a playable spot at the ...
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: K9 2 AKJ42 AK652
There is not much use in 3 as a premature cue bid when double is available. It can however be preferable to play in spades with a 3055 shape.
ATB - Wrong contract
Many are saying "if North is bidding with his 3 points, surely dbl is better than 2". I would expect the average hand for dbl to have more points (and defense) than a 2 bid. South's double is take-out until proven otherwise and there is no urgence ...
A Squeeze On The Defensive Line
The analysis is incomplete yes. Your partner should have played a low club instead of the queen to prevent communication in clubs for the squeeze mentioned by Kieran. Also, double dummy the hand can always be made if declarer keeps 3 clubs and deblocks J. After A and diamond to ...
What are the criteria for Last Train (both issuing the LT bid as well as moving beyond it)?
What are the criteria for Last Train (both issuing the LT bid as well as moving beyond it)?
David: you are right that I did not cater for your situation with the first two words of my comment. One could define it as the only slam try below our game, but it can be argued that an auction like 1H-4D-4S/5m is also a form of LT. Michael ...

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