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Martin Lindfors
Martin Lindfors
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Sept. 24, 2017
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Amateur player in Linköping, Sweden.

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Sweden

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John Ferman's bidding problem: AQ75 QJ3 A5 QT84
The advantage is in slam invites. Let's consider a situation when forcing passer is slam invitational and partner has a marginally offensive hand. Within my agreements, forcing passer passes, partner doubles, and forcing passer bids. Quite space-efficient. Within Richard F's agreements, forcing passer passes, partner must bid (indicating ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: KQJ943 Q986 83 K
Swap the major honors and 2 seems okay.
John Ferman's bidding problem: AQ75 QJ3 A5 QT84
Richard, I would pass, and then pass partner's double. In my agreements, partner should initially view a forcing pass as a strong suggestion to defend, and thus ought to double. If they strongly object, they are allowed to bid something instead of doubling. We may bid again over the ...
Did S take advantage of a failed alert?
Granted, I took that too far. He did say that the missing alert induced him to bid 4 instead of taking another action. This action could be a cue bid, it could be pass, whatever.
Did S take advantage of a failed alert?
South admitted that he thought passing 3NT was a logical alternative.
Trash Twos
What does transferring into opener's suit (e.g. bidding 3 over 2) show? Game invitational?
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: AK92 A865 AT2 96
The 9 is *almost* a stopper, right?
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: K765 QJ83 6 Q932
Is double truly negative when partner hasn't shown a suit? Regardless of the nomenclature, it's an obvious call.
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: 75 QJ65 Q6 QJ653
Had partner passed, this would be a straightforward 4 for me. But I'm respecting the penalty double.
John Ferman's bidding problem: AQ75 QJ3 A5 QT84
I agree. Thus I double; medium penalty suggestion in a forcing pass situation.
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