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Jarek Wyganowski
Jarek Wyganowski
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Oct. 6, 2015
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Jarek Wyganowski's bidding problem: AKT9 5 932 AKQT8
This is pretty silly - I forgot to include the bidding. Here is a companion problem with the bidding: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-c2bh5slwha/
What is redouble?
Redouble means - I don't think they got us, but possibly we got them.
What went wrong here?
After 1st double East has clear 3 bid. If he fell asleep and didn't bid it, after the 2nd double it is time to wake up and bid 4.
Common Game 5/23/19 Hand 7
Yes it can. Its matchpoints though and worth it. 5 clubs and 4 diamonds means other hand is 6-5 in the majors. W is unlikely to hold 6-5 in the majors, as he didnt act over 1nt. I stand by that line at MPs.
Common Game 5/23/19 Hand 7
Play AKQ (throwing a spade), to locate possible 4-0 split. If someone doesnt follow after 3 rounds of clubs, play him for the length in diamonds.
11-14 H Weak No Trump
Definite yes. In this vulnerability, 1st, 2nd or 3rd chair.
Missed game - who was more responsible
Vul at imps, this is much simpler decision than at MPs.
James Huntington's bidding problem: 93 AQ7652 K752 9
1 or 2, but not 3, which I would have opened at this vul without A and K.
WOLFSON Wins Vanderbilt
Congrats! I really enjoyed aggresive action generated by Crouch - Hydes.
OnTakeout doubles
Its the first double when you decide your intent, so "relaxing" would need to happen there, rather than in the balancing position. If you want to further compete you can double again, but that also promised extras.
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