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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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Random brige player in New York City.  If you like backgammon, check out my site:

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Csaba Daday's bidding problem: AKJT7653 6 KJ9 4
My opponents always find their heart fits when I start with 1 on these hands.
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: AT952 AQ2 JT Q85
Are you expecting partner to have Qxx of diamonds?
What is “Cheapest Minor” after 2!c-2!d-3!d?
I often play "cheapest 3" but ML's advice seems sound as well.
Ah, sorry, my point was that perhaps the bidding shouldn't be the same between the Axxx and KJxx hand. I'll be quiet now.
Then let me advise you that an ace is almost always better than a king plus a jack.
If Partnership agreement is that 3 is invitational then North cannot make a passable call like 4. Most people, as we can see, consider 3 to be GF in which case South cannot pass 4.
The Hand That Made 8!D Illegal
Would you care to enlighten us? When I was learning the rules, I learned that if you didn't take the number of tricks your contract required, you got a negative score. So it seems like bidding 8 over the opponents' 8 is taking your guaranteed positive and replacing it ...
Defence to Bergen and the like
In which auction does a cue bid for takeout put you a higher level? I don't see any difference in Advancer's bidding level between (1)-P-(3)-X-(3)-? and (1)-P-(3)-3-(P)-? Do your opponents, having forced to 3 ...
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AK5432 9 AKQ KT6
Oops, yes. West's Pass denied a GF. It was in fact the other opponent who bid 2, though.
Scott Spitze's bidding problem: T8 AK653 Q7 AQ54
It would've given us an amusing director call, anyway.

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