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Matt Foster
Matt Foster
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Feb. 22
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Nov. 22
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David Parsons's bidding problem: 3 KQ9 AQ9 AKQJ64
If 4N resolved strain, then 5N surely shows doubt about level. 5H would be a grand slam try with a heart control, therefore .....
Marius Moraru's bidding problem: T987 J8 2 AKJ742
But Mr Smug wasn’t listening. He couldn’t understand how it was safer to bid 4 rather than 3
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: T854 AT852 KJ8 8
Surreal I'll express an opinion if south is confused too and goes to 4
Ian Rowlands's bidding problem: AJ9 --- AJ8 KQJT985
Why didn't I rebid my long suit?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q75 8643 Q75 KJ4
Yes it's a heap of junk of a hand, but that's about what the call promises.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q75 8643 Q75 KJ4
Well I'd bid this without the Q as well, but so what. Surely there is no alternative here
Plan the Play
Might we know which club East Plays when we duck in dummy?
100% of the match points depend on your play(2nd trick)
This is quite close. In general doing the obvious thing against slams bid like this at matchpoints is less stressful in the long run.
Sabrina Miles's bidding problem: 53 QT98632 A42 2
XX surely gives you the best chance of avoiding being in 6 off 2 top spades. Assuming it fetches 4S, then we can use RKC
Matt Foster's bidding problem: 9864 J874 A J854
Of course it was hand 1, as per the previous problem I posted. Hardly unsurprisingly the majors both break badly, with Pre-emptors partner having KTxxx and KT9x DF can manage 9 tricks in spades and 8 in hearts, but in real life more likely to be another trick shy resulting ...
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