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Jean-Christophe Clement
Jean-Christophe Clement
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Jan. 18, 2014
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William Kochneff's bidding problem: Kx A A9xx AJ9xxx
Isn't 2 autoforcing in Standard?
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: K7 AKQJT98 AQ A4
I hope that 4NT is RKC and not to play... which is not obvious IMHO
UI: What does it suggest? (Part 1)
I believe 3 (in the known 8+ cards fit) is a LA. 3 can really be a better contract than 2NT. The UI suggests 2 scenarios : opener hesitated between 2NT and 3NT, or opener hesitated between 2NT and Pass, the first hypothetis seeming more likely. I would allow ...
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: AJT9x KTxx Qxxx ---
The problem with that hand is that you will probably never defend 2x as expected, for opponents have a 9+ cards fit in clubs about 95% of the time. But I pass for the moment, ready to play a contract in diamonds if they find their club fit.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: K9 AQ KT7 AKQ642
3NT. It would be harder if Partner hadn't bid "Pass"... Here, slam is possible, but unlikely, so just bid what you think you can make.
Rae Murbach's bidding problem: T87643 K95 9 T52
I believe it is a clear 4 bid at IMP. Here, at Matchpoints, Red vs White, I prefer 3
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: A96 KT753 8 JT63
I voted for 4NT, but have to admit I'm not confortable with it. I hope it is natural, to play. But I wonder if, by leaping to 4, Partner has sent the message "the final contract will be in diamonds". In that case, 4NT will be understood as ...
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Q8 JT43 KT875 K2
You will probably never defend 2x. You have a 9 cards fit in hearts, so opponents have at least an 8 cards fit, in spades or clubs.
David Parsons's bidding problem: A2 AQT6 AK AKQT4
Double seems automatic. Problems will arise later in the auction...
Defense Against Short Minors
Thanks Patrick! To see something called "Bridge de demain" coming from 1964 made me laugh a lot :)
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