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Patrick Laborde
Patrick Laborde
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March 13, 2013
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Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
Responder also is able to make reverses 1 2 - 2: 2 or 2 are "reverses" 1 2/ - 2: 2 is a "reverse" In "Blue Club" system exists a "reverse"= "reverse-bidding", similar to canapé.An old french system was named 'inverséesé ...
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
@ AB What does your above comment have to do with reverse? OP is about reverse over a 2/1
What is 2N here?
Stop saying a bid is forcing or not when not knowing if partner bid is - FORCING (for "advancer-partner") but not AUTOGORCING - FORCING (for "advancer-partner") but AUTOFORCING. What matters is AUTOFORCING.If responders bid is AUTOFORCING his "advancer-partner" makes a bid. Period.The responder will continue the auction because his bid ...
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
AM A reverse is a non-jump bid in a new suit that bypasses a bid in a lower-ranking suit already bid by the same player. 1 2 - 2 is a reverse; 1 2 3 is not.In the latter sequence the 2nd is lower ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQ632 JT KQ82 J7
"Where do you want to be?" I dont care.Im not resultifying. This post is a question about system.I gave my comment: french standard. "We advance the fourth suit to show a stronger hand. It's silly to quibble..." Im not quibbling,I disgree: quite different. "...over bidding methods ...
Nice Hand played by Mike Ware
Basic "coupe de la main longue" which is not to be mistaken for "coup de l'autruche"
Opener's two-level "reverse" after a 2/1 GF
A King more than minimum opening and unbalanced
Many choices, many levels
TO give 3 responses doesnt work
Viktor Yotov's bidding problem: Kxx --- AKxxxx JTxx
If partner wants to force 2 is available.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: AK7532 KQ72 92 J
("I doubled.."3? with 64? Not my cup of tea. With long suits bid them.
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