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Jan Lagerman
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One Disillusioned NLM
It seems to me that this should be quite easy to solve. Apparently it is not. 1) Assume the pause + pass strongly indicates a diamond lead (I'm personally not sure it does, but let's assume it does) I do believe most people here on BW agree the diamond ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AQJ AKJ532 QJ3 A
Why not simply ask for aces? In my book 4NT here is RKCB. If someone playes it as natural, how strong is is then?
What do you return?
Patrik: From Davids translation "If with 5 cards you return the original second highest, it will probably cause confusion with returning the higher of a remaining doubleton." A remaining doubleton means then that declarer had 5 from start. While it is possible, it is highly unlikely.
What do you return?
The 5 is very dangerous. Partner might play us for A95xx. He probably knows we do not have 3 cards.
"Table feel"
Last round in a MP event. A very well known worldclass player was playing 4H, a standard +1 contract. Strangely enough a lot of players who had finished the round came about, and they stayed watching. VWKWP remarked -:"I wonder if suits break on this board" I remember Zia writing ...
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: 8 9752 AK765 AQ7
Why not show the club support and stiff spade with one bid?
What is the best Grosvenor Gambit you've seen?
Some years ago I played the New Years Pairs in Stockholm on January 1st. Its a funny game with a lot of tired players. Playing with Mikael R against Ola R on the first board, Mikael led a low spade to my King and declarers Queen! Nice I thought, we ...
What is the best Grosvenor Gambit you've seen?
In a class for inexperienced players the following trumpsuit came up. Txxx AK8xx Before class I wrote a paper with some information how this deal should be bid and how the play would go. I wrote "on this deal everybody will bid 4H and take 12 tricks". (Little did I ...
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: 3 A542 KJ AKT865
If you expect 1NT to go down with a club lead, why not double? Clubs is (by far IMO) the likely lead IF you double.
In the Well: Mikael and Ola Rimstedt
I read The Expertgame many years ago, and the translator (Jannersten?) translated winkle with 'mussla' which, I was told, is a clam. Somehow the defenders are caught in the grip of a clam. No swede (but me) says mussel squeeze. They all call it winkle squeeze, or winkleskvis. In Swedish ...
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