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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
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10 hours ago
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United States of America

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Diamond Life Master
Eric Leong
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Does position change whether to open 1Maj or 1NT?
Getting to a superior spade game trumps getting to an inferior notrump game.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AT93 65 JT984 94
South is not deserving of being executed.
Partial, Invite or Game?
If there are a number of hands where partner only has a doubleton heart and less than the value of a strong notrump where you would not mind being in four hearts then surely you want to be there. Examples: S Kxx H xx D AKxx C Axxx S J10x ...
Phillip Grothus's bidding problem: AKxx x QTx KJTxx
If partner would bid this way with say: xx AKQxx xx Qxxx why do I want to bid five club? With a stronger hand, surely partner would bid more.
Nausicaa (Kaya) Chua's lead problem: KQ AT62 654 Q742
If I am going to lead a heart I would rather lead the ace than the two in case declarer has a stiff heart honor.
Yuan Shen's lead problem: Q743 T9875 K6 T9
From my cards, the auction sounds like declarer expects to draw trumps and run clubs. His six diamond bid suggests he has hearts well stopped. Thus, it seems our side has to set up a trick before I get the diamond king. Since the six diamond bid suggests his partner ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: QJ53 8 AKQ43 A54
I would bid four spades. Partner knows a lot more about my hand than I know about his. Slam requires three cards out of S AK, H A, C K. If partner has three of these cards he is not going to pass. Further, if partner continues with 4NT it ...
Eduard Velecky's bidding problem: A85 A8642 T6 J93
Usually, from my pairs experience a preempt in third seat not vul is more likely for the preemptor to be stretching.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: 2 J952 AKT75 A42
Partner may not have four hearts so I would keep the bidding low to give partner the chance to clarify what is the nature of his two heart bid.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AT93 65 JT984 94
Partner's bidding suggests not only a good hand but a huge hand. His hand is certainly better than jumping to four hearts over three clubs which shows a good hand already. My spade holding seems to be sitting well over the doubler. If five hearts doubled is going down ...

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