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Patrick Laborde
Patrick Laborde
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March 13, 2013
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What do you bid over 1 NT ?
This hand is not a two suiter as not 5+5+.
Showing the Jack of Spades
He open because flat, balanced hands are essessed with point HCP. The minimum being usually 12.
What's "Normal"?
An overcaller takes a bid but not a double, isnt'it?
Showing the Jack of Spades
I understand passing with hand # 1 over X but not failing to compete over 1 Edit typo
What's "Normal"?
@ BL As I wrote elsewhere: in "New SEF" every new suit by advancer if F1.
Assign the Blame?
When I wrote at top of thread: "Do they recall why convention showing stiffs and voids were build for?" your example was what I was thinking of. That why "splinters" are so important. They help calculating wasted values (Some Jean Rene Vernes's studies from 1970 on the subject)
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3 over 1 (2NT over 1) was the strong bid in Monroe Ingberman system for dirextly supporting majors opening(Jacoby-like).
Steven Mcgrahan's bidding problem: KT2 KJ K852 AJ98
He downgraded Now he is caught.Remains 1NT as he assesed hand as 14.
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Axxxx x xxx AQxx is a 10 count & 7 losers hand.Its a minimum opened hand. What is Rxxxx x AVx Qxxx :a 10 count & 7 1/2 losers hand: minimum hand or not opened rubbish.
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Hence we will have quarrels with North according to JL. As usual with J2N and US splinters range of strength is too wide :they never know when and how to stop. What about S having Qxxxx x KQx Axxx?Or QJxxx x KJx Kxxx?
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