This is the "nearly never case". Especially when he shouted "ACE" , this definitely meant he was not sleeping, he was aware that the Q appeared and he had every intention to cover it. Saying the Jack after the Ace was exactly this, a slip of the tongue during the correction.
Thanks for your answers.
Since the hand occurred in the recent games, we had the chance to ask some world class experts. Here are their answers:
Quantin: I have more, but can't say anything else than 2♥.
Versace: I personally have convention for this position ...
It's a pity to initiate discussion in such a serious issue with a "yes" or "no" answer, moreover when even the poll question is kind of misleading:
"Should the WBF continue to try getting bridge accepted as an Olympic sport?"
Bridge is already accepted as an Olympic sport, is ...
The revoke protected the offender from miss-guessing the correct discards. Even if there was not a legitimate squeeze, that would be enough to award 13 tricks to declarer.
A person that broke one of the most fundamental rules of bridge cannot be benefited from the offence.
Even the fact that ...
Bidding 1♥ is pointless.
Case 1: Your partner doesn't have ♥ fit.
You lost your chance to show a weak hand with ♦ fit, which is exactly what you have, and you left plenty of bidding space to the opponents, including the 2♦ cue option.
Case 2 ...
I see a lot of hate towards the 3♠ bid.
I bid 3♠ and I will just leave 2 facts here:
1) Do you have in mind that a vulnerable game with a bit less than 40% chance to make is a good game to bid?
2) Do ...