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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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Still there is a problem if given correct explanation W would take another route to 4. Showing extras before committing to game is good bridge not necessarily peers of W are capable of
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: K AKT KJT93 AK85
If you're an excellent player, you're happy to defend 3XX with this hand. My take is QJTxxx,-,x,??xxxx
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: K AKT KJT93 AK85
I'm not fully convinced that volunteering after preempt to the Pinsky level all by oneself is a token of excellence
Critique this convention
Well, unattractiveness of 2N is to a large degree dependent on hand playing skills
Critique this convention
I like game tries in 3N; exchanging information whether the opener would accept game invitation with long or long in the responder's hand looks like unwarranted friendliness to defenders
Critique this convention
Ian, Just in case, I didn't refer to your post but to "but no way to get out into a minor at the 2 level."
Adam Grossack's bidding problem: 4 Q74 73 AJ76532
If you think there is a problem, open this hand at this colors 4/5
Chuck Messinger's bidding problem: 6 AK73 AKQ AKQJ9
The frequency of X is surprising given that the same bid should be made with balanced garbage like Qx, AKx, AQxx, AKJx
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This ever important concern about stopping in a minor at the two level shows up again
Rasmus Maide's bidding problem: A7 KQT42 K86 AQ5
If they new that I'm endplayed at trick one and many others, they wouldn't run from 1NX
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