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Jean-Christophe Clement
Jean-Christophe Clement
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Member Since
Jan. 18, 2014
Last Seen
Sept. 23
Member Type
Bridge Player

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Sathya Bettadapura's bidding problem: A93 Q72 QJ75 AQ6
The problem comes from the double from Partner. I believe he should pass.
Paula Leslie's bidding problem: QT96 Q9874 A5 AK
a ruff in hearts should be more frequent than a ruff in spades (10 cards vs 9 cards).
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AT75 QT7 JT9653 ---
4 is forcing, no? And Partner can be 3=4=2=3 ; I don' t believe we can win 5 or 4
David Boxley's bidding problem: 6 J98 KQT954 842
2NT ; in my system this is GF. But this is not true in all systems
Jean-Christophe Clement's bidding problem: --- AKQ8 A73 J98643
@Itzik : I was playing with a pickup Partner. I believe his "pass" was not forcing, but just say "I don't know exactly who is attacking and who is defending"
Mike Saltzman's bidding problem: AJT43 A763 --- QJT3
Yes I'm going to Pass. Only 12HCP and this is Matchpoints...
Paul Lamford's bidding problem: A86542 KT3 84 72
What is 5NT? Pick up a slam or 6+-6+ in the minors? I believe it is "pick up a slam", double and hope my A will cash.
Jean-Christophe Clement's bidding problem: --- AKQ8 A73 J98643
Thanks for your votes, which clearly show that the majority is to double, and it is right on the actual deal. Here are the four hands: J6 765 Q94 AKT72 Q952.............AKT8743 2 ..................JT943 KJT8652....... --- Q ..................5 --- AKQ8 A73 J98643 6 was usually -1, and 7 -1 also ...
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: KQ976 95 952 A64
I think I would have bid 4 instead of 3 with your hand...
Gal Matatyahou's bidding problem: Q95 JT AK5 J9652
The decision would be harder at Matchpoints
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