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Ian Rowlands
Ian Rowlands
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Member Since
April 13, 2012
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Sept. 5
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Australia

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Putting together a Strong Club (Precision) - any insights into why and how these issues matter?
Not really - probably a bridge too far for any partners...
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: AKT5 Q K75 AKQ86
Any tools you suggest? Don't think Kokish covers this. What do you mean by SFA?
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: J75 J42 AK7 AK82
I always thought it would require a stopper. I know the actual bidder thought that!
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: KQ86 9 QJ6 QT763
Really? Where I play, what I do is leading edge! But I didn’t know it had changed (or has it only for top flight players - I’m not one of them and never will be!). Don’t suppose you have any online references for this change so I can ...
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: KQ86 9 QJ6 QT763
Which aspects seem like from 1985? Given a weak NT has been chosen, I thought the rest was close to standard for most people these days.
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: KQ86 9 QJ6 QT763
I'm glad there's no issue with the double, as that is what happened. There is a follow up problem, assuming double was chosen - that one is harder!
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: 2 KJ842 AT9 AK97
No problem- wasn’t my bidding!
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: 2 KJ842 AT9 AK97
I can imagine it - hint, it wasn’t me!
Ian Rowlands's lead problem: 9653 Q8632 K9 T2
Winning lead however is 3 as dummy has Kx but partner has AJx.
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: --- AQ AK643 AK8732
4NT would indeed be Ace asking in hearts. Not sure how 3 and 4 would be taken. I guess 3 would be taken as asking for a stopper, would get a 3NT response but I assume the next bid would have to be 4. An initial ...
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