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Bridge Winners Profile for Jean-Christophe Clement
Jan. 18, 2014
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Paul Maris's bidding problem: 82 J76 AK5 KQ652
Just a question : is 3
forcing in that situation?
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: Ax KT73 KQJx KJx
can you tell me where the re-redouble bid is? :)
David Parsons's lead problem: Q96 T98 J96 AK92
yes but not a clear pass ! 2
x when opponents can have a 9+ diamonds fit...
Richard Lawson's bidding problem: K864 A4 Q93 AKT4
Well I don't find that it is obvious even if my choice isto double. You don't know if opponents have a real fit or not. And if they haven't, you probably don't have too.
François "Dellache"'s bidding problem: 32 AQ8654 75 864
If I bid 2
, I wonder what is Double by opener : Takeout or Penalty ? I believe it is Takeout.
Robin Hillyard's bidding problem: KQ K432 AJ64 K63
Partner can't have more than 4 spades. So double is take out
Peter Boyd-Bowman's bidding problem: A96 Qx KJ9x Q9xx
Responder has 3+spades and 3+ hearts; he can have 5 hearts ! They have at least a nine cards fit, and it can be a bigger one. in these conditions I don't pass.
What about take out for diamonds with a spade tolerance (Kx or Qx in spades for instance)?
David Genne's bidding problem: AJ82 QT752 9 AQ4
Good problem! You seem to have found the perfect hand for a 2.5
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: 982 AKQ6 T QT863
Double and lead a top heart was my idea. I want to see the dummy... And maybe a heart lead will stop crossruffing
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