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Jyri Tamminen
Jyri Tamminen
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Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: QT53 AQ T543 KJT
And pard bids 4 with Kx KJxxxx x Qxxx I guess
Kobayashi Maru
so did I. That would be some twisted deal.
2NT Forcing by Responder
dont know who was first, but it was forcing in swedish Carrot club fromlate seventies
Questions for people who play 12-14 1NT
And IIRC as a corollary 1C-1D; 1M-1NT implied 9-11. Transfer responses help here too: after 1S (no Major)- 1NT responder gets a chance to invite, with 2NT, 3m (or 2HS artificial, If you play 1NT response as inv+ with clubs and 2C as GF with diamonds)
ATB - 21 HCP 3NT game
Agreed. Besides, I find IT difficult to construct Many hands for opener that would make 3NT better than 5D, or would make an overtrick at MP when 5D makes.
Double of a splinter bid
We play this way at equal vul. And always suggesting a save at favorable.
Missed Grand
With another partner we play Turbo. Then it could go after 3: 4-4NT= 2or4 keycards; 5 Cue-5NT Q, no Kings nor 3rd round control, 6 denying Q, showing 3rd round control. But If responder follows the method stricktly IT might go 4C-4S; 5C ...
Missed Grand
Playing GF transfers makes slam bidding easier. They have their downsides, obviously. 2NT-3, 3= Fit, no source of tricks nor Supermax with every suit controlled, - 3= Spl. After that start it is about methods finding 3Rd round club control. For us that would Be Kickback followed by ...
Do You Count Your Cards?
marmic for me. I wonder why, as it is frustrating shape for our system.
What next
Michael Lawrence ensured an entry to dummy in 7NT by playing small from AKQxxxx to T9 in a pairs game. J was singleton
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