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Ethan Liu
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Sept. 25, 2011
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Draft ACBL Novice Chart - Request for Comments
It is nice to see how our membership dollars at work, how about adding a sucker's chart?
delayed XX runout showing a 3-suiter alertable ?
many years ago, I asked why a precision natural 2 is alertable, but an artificial strong 2 is not. people looked at me like I was from nuthouse. IMHO, it causes more inconsistency and chaos if alertablities are based on familiarity instead of intrinsic bridge logic. The way ...
One more BIT from Platinum Pairs
Few pairs bid and make 6, does not necessarily mean your opponents' auction was influenced by UI.
One more BIT from Platinum Pairs
I'd be easily persuaded if you present logic and fact, instead of opinion and rhetorics.
delayed XX runout showing a 3-suiter alertable ?
why is a bid ostensibly offering to play there alert-able? 3 pass 4? alert-able? may or may not have , even may or may not have high card strength. are there any difference?
One more BIT from Platinum Pairs
Sathya, http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bit-in-slam-bidding/ Holding QJxx xx Qxx AKQT, I couldn't see why 4N would be any good, whatever partner has with that 4. it is wrong sided, more or less, only works when your side having 10 tricks on top ...
One more BIT from Platinum Pairs
it's a lucky slam. you are not allowed to be lucky after that tank. West would probably argue he always gonna to bid over 3N. but if J were in , slam looks silly, not to mention East could have had only 4 trumps.
Attitude or Count ?
I think there is a fairly good chance partner had opened 3 at the 1st seat if he had only 2 .
Attitude or Count ?
As dummy has Q, I would expect South giving count on K, and it should solve North's problem. That said, seems trying to cash 2nd was a mistake. Because 2 indicates South could not have a doubleton. If East had Jx, seems he couldn ...
Is this forcing?
After t/o double, cue bids force to suit bid and rebid.
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