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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
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Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
STANDARD AMERICAN
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Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: QJT9 A63 AJT95 Q
If an opening one notrump bid is weak then partner has either a strong notrump or more or an unbalanced hand. If partner hand opened with a strong notrump bidding 3NT playing for the same number of tricks or more to a four spade contract is a reasonable gamble. If ...
Liam Milne's lead problem: 9732 KJT9762 --- Q5
One would think setting four spades involves getting a couple of diamond ruffs. Leading a black suit doesn't seem to get us immediately toward that goal.
Peter Gill's bidding problem: --- AK96 J98654 QJT
It seems like partner was not from the US.
Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: T4 AKQ AKQJT9 Q4
To get to a grand I need to find out about the ace and king of clubs and the spade ace or the ace king queen of spades and the club ace. My plan is to bid two clubs encouraging partner to raise clubs so I can key card in ...
Kerry Kappell's bidding problem: AT JT93 K63 AK32
Given that LHO didn't open and RHO might have opened light it is unlikely LHO is going to find a double.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: T5 A9765 AJ T986
If both West and North showed extra values then East should be almost broke. Also, East will have a difficult time declaring by mainly playing out of one hand.
Peter Gill's bidding problem: --- AK96 J98654 QJT
Unless you peeked at partner's hand, bidding on trying to improve the contract is just trying to be randomly right.
Ron Smith's bidding problem: AKQJ9xx --- x AKQxx
It is not certain five diamonds shows the diamond ace. He could have king and queen of diamonds. But, I have to try again and see if he gets the message. In the older days this hand would be easy to bid. A jump of three spades after two diamonds ...
James Creech's bidding problem: A92 Q832 A97 T54
I don't have to bend over backwards to come in at thie position. After the jump preempt by RHO and LHO not opening or my not opening partner can already infer I have some cards.
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