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

Bridge Information

ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
STANDARD AMERICAN (09/03/2019)
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Eric Leong/Steve Kennedy
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AT87 KJT2 872 T9
No, I like to play Garbage Stayman. This is great for pairs.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AT87 KJT2 872 T9
I bid two hearts if partner bids two diamonds.
Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: T9763 JT542 96 8
It seems like partner has around a balanced 19 hcp hand.
Bill Segraves's bidding problem: KJT8754 A6 5 QJ6
Here is one scenario where bidding a direct four spades lets you get lucky. North: S xx H x D Axxxxx C xxx West: S AQ9 H xx D xxx C K109xx East: S x H KQJ10xxxx D KQx C Ax South: S KJ108xxx H Ax D x C QJx ...
David Hankins's bidding problem: K96542 Q6 T K762
Some how I don't think a two spade overcall shows a weaker hand than RHO's weak two heart opening.
Kenton Schoen's bidding problem: K872 AJT 932 QJ7
I would pass to give my opponents an opportunity to make a mistake or allow the opponents to provide useful information to partner in case he ends up declaring the hand. For example, if LHO bids one notrump, I would like to double that. If it goes one of a ...
Bill Segraves's bidding problem: KJT8754 A6 5 QJ6
Not quite. Another consideration is whether or not the opponents can make a game.
Bill Segraves's bidding problem: KJT8754 A6 5 QJ6
Partner is a passed hand. It is far more likely the opponents can make something or can be pushed to a higher contract when put to a guess.
Bill Segraves's bidding problem: KJT8754 A6 5 QJ6
Bidding one spade is really HORRIBLE. Why give LHO a comfortable easy bid? Also, one knows you are going to bend over backwards to come back into the auction. It is far better to bid the limit of your hand immediately so the opponents have to guess. Please note partner ...
David Caprera's bidding problem: AT83 T72 AK K743
I double because our side might be able to make a part score or push the opponents to three hearts where they will be more likely set. The main risk is partner may respond three diamonds but given partner didn't bid two spades, three clubs, or two notrump to ...
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