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Paddy Murphy
Paddy Murphy
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March 15, 2013
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Paddy Murphy's bidding problem: JT6 J8754 J82 K6
♠ Q843 ♥ 102 ♦ KQ ♣ AQJ93
Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: --- T K87543 JT8765
was Jack more psychotic than Heath or was he just channelling "The Shining"
Paddy Murphy's bidding problem: JT6 J8754 J82 K6
I was interested to see if the scattered values (and 8's!) convinced anyone to pass the 1N so a 3-1 majority to transfer seems to be the popular choice. I was concerned as the only ruffing value was in the suit pard was likely to be stacked in
Paddy Murphy's bidding problem: JT6 J8754 J82 K6
OK turns out transfer to hears was not a good decision as the 1C man had AKQ9 of hearts sitting over dummy and the 2D-p-2H-X-p-p-p auction led to -2 (300) 1N was the last making spot for either side
Kenneth Wik's lead problem: QJT987 xx KJTx A
I led the Ac Yuan.... great minds and fools huh :-)
Richard Fleet's lead problem: K8742 T9 64 Q642
no hand records on BBO? (wink)
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxx Jxx AK9x K84
life can be so cruel
Paddy Murphy's bidding problem: JT6 J8754 J82 K6
the defence to a short club (1+ or 2+) is 1N is balanced (no 6cd m or 5cd M) 15-17, dbl is short clubs 2C is natural with 6 clubs or solid 5 clubs, 2D is the majors, bids are 5cd+
Credential committee´s decision
When (and if) the dust settles there is a good book in this story
The Videos Speak: Fantoni-Nunes
burn them as an offering to the god of bridge
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