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George Klemic
George Klemic
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Jan. 30, 2012
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United States of America

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Small So-So Club Game Field
The most obvious auction to be for N/S to get to diamonds is Pass - 1 - 2 - Pass Pass - Dbl - Pass - Pass Rdbl - Pass - 2 - All Pass Maybe not likely but certainly plausible
Future NABC sites?
I have always felt that one of the best aspects of NABC's is the chance to visit new locations. It's important to have some anchor locations, but there should always be the option to hold one in a non-standard city perhaps 5-10 times over a 10 year span ...
George Klemic's bidding problem: J862 A8 AK98 AJ2
So, partner's hand was AK9 K743 QT54 K4 With a lot of things working (doubleton T-x spades thanks to the 9, club finesse onside, 3-2 diamonds), 6 and 6NT were easy makes. The other table bid a slam (the better one at IMPs ...
George Klemic's bidding problem: J862 A8 AK98 AJ2
systematically, we are playing 2 way new minor forcing, so invitational hands go through 2 and game forcing ones through 2. So, in this instance, 2 would not be a choice made on this deal unless you don't have much faith in partner.
Open Orlando Discussion Thread
everybody's busy playing bridge. Don apologizes again for 6NT
Open Orlando Discussion Thread
there are a lot of links related to results from the team events, but are there any for the pairs events, be it results, hand records, etc.?
10 card Solid or almost solid suits.
At some NABC in the past 15 years in the LM pairs, there was a hand - AKQJTxx AKJTxx - Partner provided 3-0 in the red suits and things broke for a cold grand. The opps at our table didn't find the 800 sac when the auction started P-P-1-7 ...
John Vega's bidding problem: Kxxx Ax Ax KJxxx
If Ax Kxxx KJxxx Ax, 1NT because of the rebid problem. With Axxx Kx Kx AJxxx, 1NT is more tempting with reason to protect the short kings. But with the given hand, 1C looks right
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: K43 Q AQ9842 A42
Either partner has hearts or the opponents have hearts, and neither of those makes me want to continue in the auction.
Never encountered this before.
what happened to 3 as a choice? The auction seems a bit surprising to be, as dbl should be takeout, but that would give the opponents roughly 12 diamonds. 4 would be ok with some values but not with 3 jacks; that feels like more of a slam ...
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