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July 26, 2011
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Oct. 22
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What lead does this double ask for?
Partner probably has short spades and a spade lead might be trick 9 south is probably 4-4 or 4-5 in majors. If a spade lead wasn't going to hurt partner would pass and take a plus
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: AQJx x Kxxxx Kxx
that was one of the legendary Barry Crane's commandments don't put cards in my hand I never have them
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: AQJx x Kxxxx Kxx
and since the probability of holding any 6331 is 3.5 % and 6421 4.7 % I still bid 2 spades
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: AQJx x Kxxxx Kxx
I think partner needs the right 11 or a magic 9 HCP for 4 to have a play. Add the Q of clubs to partner's hand giving him a one spade bid everyone would make and you could be off 4 tricks before you even try spades. You still ...
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: AQJx x Kxxxx Kxx
If partner has 6 HCP we're good if partner has 10 HCP we're good if partner has more I will hear another bid
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: AKQT 6 AQ AQT963
I do like the concept of Kokish relays and I would be tempted to treat this as a spade club 2 suiter and go 2c-2d-2s(Relay)-2nt-3c(should be 5-5 but AKQt as good as 5
In the Well: Gavin Wolpert
I will add my humour The magic bidding box There was a very well respected bridge player who had a little wooden box beside him on the table every time he played. Whenever there was a tough bidding decision to make he would open the box look inside and then ...
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