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Jarek Wyganowski
Jarek Wyganowski
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Oct. 6, 2015
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ATB: Overbid slam
Maximal splinter with a hand that needs golden values for a slam is bad, and the source of this disaster. Save yourself bidding space.
Systems Poll
Or actually haven't used it in decades... Time flies.
Systems Poll
I voted Forcing Pass (multiple systems) as my favorite too, but haven't used it in years.
1!D-1!S/2!C-3!H?
I play it 5-5 GF. In my methods the 2 4th suit is not GF though, and could contain invitational hands with 5. With bad hand partner can bid 2 in his 3rd round, to play.
T-Walsh Continuation after a One NT Rebid
2 = checkback, inv+ 2 = transfer 2 = 5 & 4, NF 2 = transfer 2N = transfer
Tomislav šAšEk's bidding problem: Jxx AKxxxx T9x A
5 shouldn't be worse on average than 3N and chances for a slam are still high, even without much extras in partner's hand. I am not signing off in 3N.
Yet another, "What is the best treatment for DBL in this sequence?"
Penalty if you tune your competitive bidding to MP scoring. Game try in spades occurs much less frequently IMO, so that meaning could only be justified at IMPs.
Jarek Wyganowski's bidding problem: AKQJ97 AK A A973
Yes. I updated the description to clarify that: "no first or second round controls" instead of saying "no A or K".
ATB - 15 imps away
You need a way to overcall with a major on a 2 level. I personally like the defense where direct double is a takeout of spades or a hand strong enough so I cannot afford to pass. I think that is pretty good in practice.
Todd is CNTC A Winners
Well done Bob, Neil and the rest of the team. The last 4 boards were super exciting!
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