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Junaid Said
Junaid Said
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June 12, 2013
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Dec. 19, 2016
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Junaid Said's bidding problem: --- K854 AQ6 KQ9832
I dont doubt that, but we dont rebid 2m with a 5 card suit and an unspectacular hand. So, we just need to consider our next action based on that. So, responder knows opener is quite likely to have stiff and that he didnt convert 3X.
Junaid Said's bidding problem: --- K854 AQ6 KQ9832
Richard, with this shape 1NT is the normal opening since over a 1 response opener is pretty much endplayed. Most likely shapes for opener here are 4441 or 3451 or even 3460 since we need to consider what opener would've rebid over 1M since a 1NT rebid would ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: A4 5 KQT85 AKJT7
Partner could've bid 4 on the previous round if thats all he wanted to play; I can't construct a hand where he was angling for a possible 3NT bid from here. When I bid 4, no stopper as well as a stiff became real ...
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In my "experience" (more feel here than hard data), its been about even money whether 1NTX would've been better than whatever contract we reached because someone ran. Or maybe I should say, I have no idea what I'm talking about...because I dont remember a situation standing out ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Jx Kx AKQJxxx xx
Turns out partner did have solid s (ouch) and RHO's double looks to be the striped tailed variety where he thought opener was likely to raise to 7 so he decided to take preemptive measures. Nothing succeeds like success:)
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: Jx Kx AKQJxxx xx
I put my partner on void, A, stiff and s that he thinks are solid but RHO doesnt agree. So I bid 7. If I had a double void, including one in my partner's suit, I'd already have taken a bit of a plunge when ...
David Yoon's bidding problem: xxx Tx xx KJ8xxx
It doesnt matter IMO what various bids "should" mean here. The given methods allow me to make a 3 bid here with this hand, so the only question for me is if the hand is worth it. Absolutely, for me. Actually,fwiw I think after the 2 bid ...
Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: J8765 --- KT765 K32
Since I passed the last time and I do want to get some award for being brave I bid a reckless 5:) I guess this feels a little sadistic since I'm punishing myself for not doubling a round earlier.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: T84 97 AKJ5 AK97
I think bidding 3 with 4 cards always is not universal so opener does not have to have only 3 here. I also think that 3X should be penalty oriented rather than take out. I can also accept it as a maximal type game try or convertible values ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: JT5 KQT8 54 KQT9
I dont know whats best whats not or who can run how many tricks. I see a X under my nose and I make it.

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