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Itzik Ezra
Itzik Ezra
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Member Since
Sept. 19, 2013
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Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: 42 AK JT853 KQJ4
Here east was a very experienced player and passed holding 3 cards in sp and good hand with good defense leaving me to choose between passing and defending 2s= or 2s-1 and x and then play 3d if partner bids it or 3nt which goes -2 after 3s by partner ...
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: 42 AK JT853 KQJ4
I won't tell what i had for my x i just admit that i had much less than you were entitiled to expect. No wonder 3nt went 2 off. Still i criticised my partner 3s and i want to open it to disccusion with you. I think that we ...
Itzik Ezra's lead problem: J9852 A QJ972 T5
Partner led a diamond. I had small singleton dummy A10X not a success. At the other table south was on lead and led a sp from QXXX one down. I told partner that he should know i will usually have more sp cards exactly as you expected. I think that ...
Neal Smith's bidding problem: 2 QT854 KT72 J98
If south passes then i assume partner hasn't been born yesterday and will xx with something like 5323 or 5233 shape as i usually will have at least 8 red cards probably 9 cards.
Gregory Nowak's bidding problem: AKJ87 AQ8 A AK43
The only reason not to bid 7c is that partner will not know to Lead a sp. Surely you don't expect opps will let you play 7c? Maybe something good will happen if we bid it imedietly.
Jay Barronen's bidding problem: Jx AQxxx Kx AQxx
i don't understand this. Opps has 9 diamonds and will lead it and if partner does not hold the AD we need to cash 9 tricks. For this to happen we need to: 1. Run the clubs and 3 hearts or 3 side tricks Or run the heart suit ...
David Boxley's bidding problem: 42 AQ75 A3 AQJ82
If west holds KXXXX in clubs we will go down in 7s. For what it worths i agree with Richard. I bid 6s over 4s. I think that 2sp and then 4s should show solid suit without losers in sp and something more. At most we need the club finesse ...
Jeppe Juhl's bidding problem: AK92 AK6 QJ53 AK
I like the idea very much. One player psyces third hand vul and his partner gets to the 3 level with 10-11 points and xxx in the suit his partner does not have (or maybe have). I like it a lot. I mean Does this pair play money bridge? Where ...
Sanja Jagatić-Petrinec's bidding problem: A763 AK86 --- KQ976
Just a liitle question. Suppose you sit south and hear partner bids x and then 5c. Now you have hearts but not clubs. - xxxxx xxxxx xxx 0 points or so. would you pass or try 5 hearts? If you bid 5h does it mean you agree that x and then ...
Jeff Lehman's bidding problem: KQJ875 AK8 Q9 98
Passing was winning if opps didn't compeate which should be rare holding 9 cards in sp and opps non vul. 3C usually will get you to 3s UNDOUBLED pass will get you most of thr time to 3s sometimes doubled. I think here we need to know the opps ...

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