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Jeppe Juhl
Jeppe Juhl
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Member Since
Aug. 11, 2015
Last Seen
Jan. 11
Member Type
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Forcing Pass or not?
You can find a gazillion hands where you would be better off with pass being forcing here and vica versa. BUT ... why on earth complicate matters? A rule stating that: "an initially passed hand cannot make a forcing pass" will make life so much easier for you and partner
Vanderbilt Round of 16 Vugraph matches
Zagorin - Diamond. Who would want to miss a match with Fredin on a team...?
What card would you play now...?
EDIT: My reply to Kit below is wrong. I will, however, not delete it ... I am (EDIT: 'was)' convinced your argument is incorrect. Please enlighten me ... we agree on the following: West has J98 in trump, dummy has 10432, declarer's length is either four or five. It is unclear ...
What card would you play now...?
I am flat out wrong ... :)
What card would you play now...?
Well, you got a good point on this deal about dropping the K from KQ. And yes it is a 'play-the-player-problem'. But...! Under the following two assumptions (only partial met in the hand above)... IF 1) Opponents don't know declarers length (4(5)-4, 5(6)-3, 6(7 ...
What card would you play now...?
What card would you play now...?
Sorry. 1NT was the opening
Jeppe Juhl's bidding problem: AK92 AK6 QJ53 AK
With 10-11 it is natural to rdbl and support later. That shows exactly xxx in hearts---- so it should probably say without immediate supp. in H
Jeppe Juhl's bidding problem: AK92 AK6 QJ53 AK
Should have been "without fit in hearts" in the description above
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: 2 AJ9 KQ8743 A84
I suspect partner can see his own hand. He has just been told what I have, and then he tells me he wants to play 3NT. Since when is a player supposed to bid his partner's hand ...? it is nonsense to bid anything but 'pass'.

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