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

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ACBL Ranking
Diamond Life Master
Eric Leong
STANDARD AMERICAN
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Chris Derrick's bidding problem: JT9432 6 Q7 QJT5
Why didn't partner double 4H?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: JT965 JT2 T2 Q54
How is 6Hx going to be a bargain? How can we set 7D?
Mike Giesler's bidding problem: A4 Q976 A762 KQ3
"The least high cards, bad trumps, bad shape, and not even decent spot cards" Think about S Qxx H Qxxx D KQJ C KQx. Now think about how much better the problem hand is.
Mike Giesler's bidding problem: A4 Q976 A762 KQ3
Two key cards with the trump queen, the club king queen combo which is more valuable together, ruffing value with the spade doubleton, plus the heart nine is a bonus. Surely, I could have much much worse. However, I don't have enough to bull my way to slam so ...
Tomislav šAšEk's bidding problem: KQJ3 AT6 --- KQ6542
Surely, one must keep long clubs strongly in the picture to partner given that six clubs could be on and six hearts is hopeless. For example, give partner: S Ax H xxxxx D Axx C Axx
Tomislav šAšEk's bidding problem: 4 A2 KQJ964 KJ76
What is the point of bidding two clubs now instead of two diamonds when RHO says he has hearts and clubs?
John Cunningham's bidding problem: J Q42 A94 AKQJT3
Why didn't he bid 2H instead of double with six hearts?
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: KQ743 T 642 AKT7
Four hearts shows a hand too strong to just bid four spades. For example: S AJx H Ax D Axx C QJxxx
Martin Henneberger's bidding problem: JT852 AJ97 AQ94 ---
My hand is actually better when partner didn't indicate spade support so I think he has no more than a doubleton. Also, the opponents will be less inclined to double with a nine card club fit. And the red suit honors are sitting over the two notrump bidder. Further ...
Steve Moese's bidding problem: 986 Q654 T86 K87
Four trumps to the queen and a favorably placed club king. Why is that not a minimum raise?
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