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Emmanuel Corynen
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Aug. 5, 2012
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Putting pressure on opponents quickly versus taking the most chances
Thank you , a quick count reveals following : 3NT was bid 7 times , always made 4 was bid 25 times , down 20 times
Putting pressure on opponents quickly versus taking the most chances
I wonder , at this competition level , how many pairs would end up in 3NT , which I think is a better place to play , do you know how many times 3NT was played ? I can see a rebid of 2NT over 2 making a lot of sense , then 3NT comes ...
Is this a finesse? (basic definition)
how about this situation : holding xx opposite AQ in dummy , but I know 100 % that RHO holds the bare king still I want him/her to take the trick and force him/her to lead away from other suits which would benefit me more , so I play x towards the ...
Philly Slam Poll 3 of 3: Responses to Queen Ask
I also think there is no standard. I play 5 = no SQ , 5NT = SQ no side kings , with one king bid that suit , with two kings bid the other suit in which you have no king , partner can always figure that out. So 5 = HK OR kings ...
Unusual 2NT
Both minors , at least 6-5 , but I would never do this unless 2 is doubled for penalty , so first pass.
Bridge is a sport. What else? by José Damiani
I think it is a mind game , and only a sport when played on roller skates ;) , so basically agree with both Richard and Alan.
Wasn't sure what this double was...
neither N nor S have bid a suit in first round , so N cannot know if N/S should play in defense or in attack , therefore it is bi-valent for me : lead directing , but if passed to partner he should bid 2 if 5+ or give me his best ...
A mildly interesting deal (NY winter regional)
if I am not mistaken , east still has a good chance to make 1D if he goes up with the king of spades trick 2. If south continues spades three times east has a losihg discard on the fourth spade when north ruffs. So south , after the ace of spades ...
Plan the Play
If defenders return spade at T2 , much will depend on what E played at T1 to gain the trick. If not the 9 but K or Q or J , return of spade to knock out the A will certainly give squeeze opportunities to develop against either opponent. Did not work ...
Plan the Play
duck spade lead , take return hearts (most likely)in dummy : A , J . If hearts 3-2 ,easy continuation : ruff a club (K as entry to hand , A , ruff spade high . If hearts 1 - 4 (W - E ) , same line but can ruff spade low if E does not ruff . If hearts 4 ...
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