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Kit Woolsey
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July 29, 2010
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Kit Woolsey is a world-class bridge and backgammon player, analyst, and writer. His most recent major victory was winning the Cavendish Invitational Pairs in 2011. He was elected to the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2005 and lives in Kensington, CA.

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Kit - Sally
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I don't understand ...
Richard, Let's look at my example hand of Jx AJx !Axxxx QJx. Suppose responder has a hand such as AKQxxx 10x Qx xxx. Has he misbid in some way? And isn't 3NT a much better contract than 4? Of course if instead opener's hand is something ...
God has dealt you a par hand. Are you worthy?
If spades are 3-3, I don't think we need East to have more than 1 diamond (assuming of course that West has stiff king of hearts and East has at least 3 clubs). Duck first trick. Win (say) club return. Ace of hearts. Heart finesse. Cash ace of diamonds ...
I don't understand ...
3 is in no way a slam try. At this point it is choice of games. The 3 call doesn't necessarily show a good diamond suit. It simply shows a 5-card diamond suit, and not 3 spades. Since opener also doesn't have 4 hearts (no 2 ...
Unexpected Squeeze
If partner is 4-3-3-3, it might occur to him that 6 tricks are easier than 9 in a non-fit so he might pass the takeout double. Sure, sometimes the opponents might make when partner is weak. That is the price of doing business.
Can you help me figure out if I am crazy or not?
I'm afraid that I am not qualified to answer you question. Your shrink is far more qualified.
Help please (1): Revolving Discards
I don't think that matters. Every player is going to take some time on their first discard, regardless of their methods and the hand.
Unexpected Squeeze
Quite likely. On this auction it would be a very attractive lead.
Unexpected Squeeze
Is that so terrible when 2 is making? And on this hand partner has close to the worst distribution.
Unexpected Squeeze
And when diamonds get continued, what does declarer do? If he finesses, he might be in for a rude surprise when the lead turns out to be from king-doubleton.
Showing the Five of Spades
In your previous posting, you gave examples of where the player did not make a seemingly normal overcall when his partner was weak with no support, but made a lighter overcall when his partner had values and some support. This seems to imply that the player knew something about his ...

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