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John Cunningham
John Cunningham
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Member Since
Feb. 1, 2012
Last Seen
March 21
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Canada

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Avon Wilsmore's bidding problem: T943 AT9 92 J982
Presumably The holder of these cards did something - 3nt? Double? 4d?
John Cunningham's bidding problem: AKTx Jxx x AKTxx
This is a morph of a common game hand at green-watered down, if you will. At the table the vulnerable West side punted 3 hearts; bought well, and garnered a top after partner raised to game. There were no casualties in Spades.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: T97xxx xxx xx xx
Probably less than partner,s in spades........
John Cunningham's bidding problem: Q52 QT72 Q876 A5
Bd. 5, Common Game, Jan. 6, 2017
Louis Dekker's bidding problem: J3 9872 JT73 T98
You might claim poetic licence by dint of the vulnerability and those intermediate cards, but I'd reflexively pass.
John Cunningham's bidding problem: AQJx xx ATxxxx Q
And if it were takeout?
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: --- K932 AKQ9862 AT
Knucklehead, perhaps. Difficult to catch, as it veers away.
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: --- K932 AKQ9862 AT
While it looks good from this side of the table, partner may see it as a knuckleball.
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: T KJT6 Q9532 AKQ
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John Cunningham's bidding problem: KJ J52 AT942 AK6
Partner held: Axx XX xxxx t9xx There's a trump promotion available for a sixth defensive trick against s.
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