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Itzik Ezra
Itzik Ezra
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Member Since
Sept. 19, 2013
Last Seen
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Mark Jones's bidding problem: --- AJ85 AQ65 KQ876
Pass. My 5NT showed not only void but also 5 clubs so 6c must be natural or at least inviting us to pass. If partner would like to ask about QH he could bid 5d. You could say that 6c ofers us to bid 6d which should show QH+Kd ...
Ronald Vickery's bidding problem: A7 KQ82 962 J762
Which should be xx with 5332 and if he can have 5422 2h.
Ronald Vickery's bidding problem: A7 KQ82 962 J762
I wouldn't suggest that agreement so he did. If so he should know what to do if it goes x p p to him and he has only 2 clubs.
Richard Granville's bidding problem: Q976 Q7 QJ643 JT
3D Partner can't have 4 cards in sp. Partner should have a good hand 17-18 and good hearts probabbly 4+ cards partner may not have a club stopper and should know i have 4 cards in sp. 2nt would show club stopper so i don't bid it. 3 ...
David Parsons's bidding problem: A742 952 Q5 QJ95
i bid 2nt which should be a request to choose between 3d and 3c.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: KT94 4 K7 AKQ964
Somtimes it is the duty of opps tp lead you to the best contract. I bid x if we have sp fine. If p bids 3d i will bid 3nt knowing partner can stop hearts as most opps will bid something over x when they have something in hearts.
Mike Ma's bidding problem: T873 --- AQJT9763 A
Obviously you can't bypass 3nt nor bid less. so: 3nt.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: KJ763 AJ873 9 75
Sorry. unfortunately partner had only 6 diamonds as you suspected so the board was not thrown out.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: KJ763 AJ873 9 75
Well that maybe was an unfair problem. I had this hand in a very strong tournament and bid 2d. -1100. Lho had 5 cards in sp and x 2d and then x my 2h bid. Partner had xx xx JXXXXXX QXX and that was that. Over 1sp p p x ...
Trevor Morris's bidding problem: x KTxxx Jxx Axxx
4h. First we have to teach partner that if he needs to get such a good dummy to make 3h then he should pass. Partner did not bid 2h over 1sp so any hand he might have is limited. He can't have 6 good suit and a side ace ...

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