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Marko Gligorijević
Marko Gligorijević
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Sept. 4, 2015
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June 5
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Marko Gligorijević's bidding problem: 8632 K4 65 KJT87
I just have question for anyone who voted for 4. Your partner bid some strong hand with 3. Same bidding, you hold xxx, xxxx, xxx, xxx. What's your bid now?
Marko Gligorijević's bidding problem: 8632 K4 65 KJT87
No. There is need for 3 as natural if you think 2 is common psych and I stated that in my first comment. Response was unclear...
Marko Gligorijević's bidding problem: T754 98 AQJ AKJ9
Can you imagine partner trying to convince you for hours that 1 is correct opening?
Marko Gligorijević's bidding problem: 8632 K4 65 KJT87
I didn't get your point. So, between and minor, E bids suit as sign off. And you bid 3 on that as suit you want to play?
Marko Gligorijević's bidding problem: 8632 K4 65 KJT87
Maybe, but only to catch those bluffs. If 2 is correct bid, it's probably 6 cards
Probability, probability...
I agree that RHO is more likely to hold 4 trumps and trump lead sets the contract on actual layout. But I still think it's making playing 8 to dummy against 4 trumps on the right.
Probability, probability...
I think that's fine analysis and covers pretty much every layout when you can make 7. Except the actual one that happened in the game, which is for some reason blind spot to everybody. LHO has 4 trumps and diamonds are 4-2. But it makes in fact, you ...
Probability, probability...
Ok, and if both follow spades what next?
How do you play trumps?
J109? And no lightner double?
How do you play trumps?
How's that better than finessing immediately?
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