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Henry Sun
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March 26, 2014
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1!c-2!d: What do you play it as (in 2/1)?
No, they are natural. So if partner opens 1, 2 might be bid with x AJxxx AQx Kxxx
1!c-2!d: What do you play it as (in 2/1)?
So when I'm not playing a strong club,I prefer 2-level jump shifts over 1m to be GF with a 4+ fit for opener's minor suit. This means if I have a fit with partner, I am unable to force to game, and if I can force to ...
Bob Okker's bidding problem: AT643 A984 A A64
Maybe it's an artificial strong takeout double??
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: K7 AK6 Q7542 QJ9
The 7th club makes the slam try opposite a hand with minimal diamond waste tempting. Give opener, say, KQx AKx Jxxx Kxx And slam is pretty good. The problem is that you can't tell whether partner has that hand or, say KQx AKxx Qxxx Qx If you have methods ...
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Henry Sun's bidding problem: KJ862 2 AQ43 KJ6
There was no agreement on lebensohl.
High or Low?
Ian, if partner held the Q3 of clubs and decided to lead clubs on this auction (penalty pass of 1x, penalty double of 1nt), why would s/he lead the 3 and not the queen?
Is this 3!d bid game forcing?
It must be forcing, but whether it is forcing to game or to 4m is a matter of partnership agreement.
open ACBL bridge clubs
Ah, English, where adjectives (are there any open bridge clubs?) and imperatives (OPEN bridge clubs!) are spelt and positioned identically :)
Mark Jones's bidding problem: J84 AKQ9876 --- 986
6, though truth be told I'm worried about missing a grand slam if partner has, say, A xx xxx AKQxxxx or --- xx Axxx AKQxxxx
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