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Michael Crawford
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May 19, 2013
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Oct. 15
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Diamond Life Master
Dorn and Mike
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Redouble after a Major Suit Raise
I agree with this as a method, but I sure appears to be the minority vote. Is there a technical basis for this being a more offensive bid over a more defensive hand?
Redouble after a Major Suit Raise
This is my first attempt at an OP, so sorry for the confusion. I was mostly looking for what is the best interpretation, rather that what is standard.
Death Distribution
Kit, what is the response if 3 suited, and partner bids 2N?
Allan Simon's bidding problem: Q743 KT5 K KJ974
I agree that this 12HCP isn't as good as it looks. However, its a bit much to treat it like a 6 point hand, and only bid 3c. Some partners like to bid their values and yours, but this will convince them to do it more. You need to ...
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: KJ652 --- T8 AKT976
If that is your style to overcall 2H with strongish hands, then if partner bids 3H and then 4H he must have the worlds fair. I don't see the problem. In fact, if you bid 3N direct, with the hand you are concerned about he would bid 4H over ...
Michael Crawford's bidding problem: AKQ3 A973 94 JT7
I cannot see how its wrong to re-open with a double. Partner must know you are very distributional, and would only pass when he has a strong club holding. It's normal to expect that the reopening dbl is for majors, or a hand that has spades and diamonds. With ...
Michael Crawford's bidding problem: AKQ3 A973 94 JT7
Good thinking so far, partner is clearly 2 suited with longer diamonds. Its not so clear you want to be in hearts with a likely bad break, but if partner has spades then the bad break may be immaterial. There is a lot of people convinced that partner would interpret ...
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: KJ652 --- T8 AKT976
Its clear that either 3N or 5/6 clubs are the final destinations. 2S allows you give partner a chance to do something you might like, if not you can bid 3N if that is your intention. So 2s has nothing to lose and might in some cases gain. Another ...
Aaron J Jones's bidding problem: JT AK AK9 AT9xxx
Pass or X, gives partner the chance to continue if he has a distributional hand (presume smolen still in effect). I don't seem much advantage of either P or X, I would double just to avoid having to decide what to do if he reopened with a X. 3N ...
Allan Simon's bidding problem: Q743 KT5 K KJ974
3N is the value bid, but leaves partner with little voice. I bid 3H expecting partner to bid 3S, if I then bid 3N he will know I am uncertain as to strain. If partner bids 4c over 3H I would raise, assuming he is at 6-4 in minors with ...
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