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Linus Olsson
Linus Olsson
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Nov. 25, 2014
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Dec. 5
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Hideous Hog fan.

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Sweden

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LinusO
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Everyone is Wrong – 'Cept Me and a Few
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Everyone is Wrong – 'Cept Me and a Few
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Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AK9876 Q75 T3 54
How many points do you need to bid 2 at once when you play it as invitational?
Ping Hu's bidding problem: AJT7642 T6 AK73 ---
I would open 4 spades.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: T63 K98643 4 T53
Read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeout_double It says you need at least 9 points to make a jumpbid in response to a takeout double. So you don't have enough points to bid 3 . Both 2 and pass are better bids than 3 . According to wikipedia.
Aviv Shahaf's bidding problem: AQ62 T9875 J3 43
I think pass is better than 1
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AJ2 J62 AJ87 QJ3
This should be a penalty double protecting the partscore with a balanced 10-11 count and maybe 3 spades. If he was weak and had shape he would have bid 2 diamonds or 2 hearts.
Jack Spear's bidding problem: AKT8432 --- 2 A9732
It was a big misstake to not open 4 spades, or 4 diamonds if you were playing Namyats. That might have bought the contract.
Ben Kristensen's bidding problem: Qxx Qx xxxx AJxx
I know it is not the question, but I would pass instead of XX. The reason is that I think XX should show at least 13 points, so there is a big risk that partner will play you for a stronger hand than you have now.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: K42 JT3 QT8632 6
Pass. It would be a disaster to go doubled down 2 or 3 three at cross imps scoring if the field is selling out to 1nt.
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