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Jameson Cole
Jameson Cole
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Member Since
Feb. 3, 2011
Last Seen
May 6
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

Bridge Information

BBO Username
lestat
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
Jim Cole & Denis Murphy
2 over 1
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Bizarre insufficient bid
Responder corrected insuff bid to 3D, opener bid 3NT, sry can't reproduce hands.
Bizarre insufficient bid
2NT was the opening bid which responder thought was 2C. Everybody knew responder was trying to show a negative response to 2C opener. Then by commenting and making the call sufficient, responder gave UI to opener. Director seemed to waive our rights. What should the correct ruling have been?
The Right Choice
In my simple way (non expert) of thinking, I decided to lead to the HQ and if that held to play for split aces by leading a spade thru East with an obligatory finess to follow. p.s. love your articles. you'r making me a better player.
The Dirty Aces
Oops, sry
The Dirty Aces
Missing a card in Lazys hand
Jameson Cole's bidding problem: AQJ64 5 Q3 AJ942
At the table, I expected to hear West leap to 4H, which he did, so I thought it best toshow a second suit. But we hadn'f discussed it so missed the spade game with 4H making. I am of the continuous camp now.
Be Prepared
(1S). 2H. (3S). ? Do you have a use and meaning for this sequence?
Be Prepared
why not call these lebensohl doubles?
6 nt doubled
I presented this as a lead problem on Oct 3. 7% voted for a spade lead. And of course I included the auction and the opening leaders hand.
6 nt doubled
Only 1 person voted for a spade lead. The doubler's hand was: SAK874 H2 D875 C10864 The leader's hand was: S93 H1097653 DJ4 C975 So there is no way to ask for a spade lead, other than by partnership understanding. As declarer, you are forced to pass and ...
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