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Jean-Christophe Clement
Jean-Christophe Clement
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Jan. 18, 2014
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Sasha Cooper's lead problem: KT7642 K876 4 J8
I agree with Richard, I would have bid 2 (multi) over 1NT. The problem with leading a spade is that Partner has very often void or singleton in thart suit. But the alternatives look worse. So I lead a spade and pray...
Tracy Brines's bidding problem: J AQ KJT3 T87654
4 will be your bid with J J2 T965 T87654. You have to tell Partner you have few values
Jean-Christophe Clement's bidding problem: AJT983 J8 QT8 A6
Ok sorry for that bidding poll. That's a real non problem. I choose to pass as everyone choose to do.
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: 62 K53 AQJ4 AKJ3
if Partner bids 3 I will pass
David Carlisle's lead problem: JT9765 J 432 AQJ
With that hand I can't understand the 3 bid.
Tomislav šAšEk's bidding problem: 4 A KJ7654 AJ853
I wonder what was double from partner over 2... I bet punitive, so it looks like a misfit hand. Pass and try to take a plus.
Stefan Olausson's bidding problem: --- AK872 KJ973 AT5
There's something strange with West bidding : Pass first, double after, and jump to 4? Maybe he is 5=0=4=4...
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: KQJ96 A4 AJT7 KQ
Yes it is a slam killer, but Partner has passed, so good slam will be very rare.
David Goldfarb's bidding problem: AKT9752 A2 T52 2
I agree with Richard. And don't forget that Partner has passed, so probably don't have long and/or good hearts.
Choose your opening bid and continuation
I believe 3 shows longer hearts in our system. Change a club in a heart and 3 is then perfect.
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