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Gil Lafreniere
Gil Lafreniere
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Member Since
Nov. 2, 2011
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Bridge Player
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Bridge Accomplishments
District 18 GNP (San Antonio, Reno)
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Regina Duplicate Bridge Club
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Sapphire Life Master
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How would your auction go?
And if partner does not have a four-card major...
How would your auction go?
2 - 2 3 - 4... 2= strong 2= game forcing 3= four-card suit plus a six-card minor 4= four-card support
Phil Ivey loses his appeal
Wonder what Ms Sun's cut was to be,
Three sets of Bridge magazines for sale, each from issue 1 onward
Is this a silent auction?
Polling Strength of 1m - 3N
13 - 16
What is your defense to 2 diamonds over one no trump showing an unknown one suiter
Assuming 2 Diamonds is showing one of the majors. (what else!) Pass is non-committal denying a six-card minor or five card major. (subsequent double is penalty. Double is penalty. 2 Hearts or 2 Spades is to play. 2 Spades is a transfer to clubs with competitive values. 3 Clubs is ...
direct seat overcalls 1NT
1 Club or 1 Diamond (1NT): Double is penalty. 2 Clubs shows the Majors. 2 Diamonds or 2 Hearts is a transfer. 1 Heart or 1 Spade (1NT): Double is penalty. 2 Clubs is a transfer to diamonds. 2 Diamonds is showing other major. Other major is showing clubs.
The New Three-card Limit Raise in 2/1
"close to zero" really, so YOUR LR is virtually GF humm.
The New Three-card Limit Raise in 2/1
2 is a puppet to 2 Opener cannot bid 3! "All this because you don't want to play a forcing 1NT response. Yechh!" Still play FORCING NT, just not to start a 3-card limit raise sequence. Comprenda!
The New Three-card Limit Raise in 2/1
YELLOW CHART "Note: Almost all agreements are allowed beginning with Responder’s initial action."
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