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Paul Huggins
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Liam Milne's lead problem: 8754 KJ986 J Q64
would double of the 3 cue from partner have shown a top honour in hearts - possibly the Q?
What should the selectors do?
If there was a published rule then we probably wouldn't be having this discussion :-) in which case it's fair enough the selection committee having some freedom in their choice. The important thing is transparency - if teams doing well in the Euros have almost always been selected for the ...
What should the selectors do?
If doing well in long knockout matches is an important consideration for world championship selections (understandably so) then what opportunities do pairs who haven't played in a world championship before have to demonstrate their capability? Also the teams taking part in the European championship should be aware before they ...
Trick 2 Poll
if partner had a black suit singleton and 2 trumps then surely they should have led it, hoping that we have at least one of the trump ace and the ace in that black suit and can give them a ruff. Therefore they should have at least 2 cards in ...
Legal or illegal?
Was there any UI? East had the opportunity to balance and didn't - in fact North passing a forcing bid made it easier for East-West to get into the auction, yet they still didn't. Passing a forcing bid here is weird but I don't see anything wrong
Please, One More Time for this Theme
I already showed my hand on the previous round and partner signed off in 3. What justification do I have for bidding on?
Multi went for -1100. Worst bid?
I think the same thing could have happened if West had opened a natural weak 2 - South's pass of the double of 2 worked out very well, whether they did it as a genuine penalty pass or for a lack of anything better to do but the ...
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: K763 3 9652 T643
a method for telling partner that a spade fit is good but otherwise we aren't going past 2NT would be nice, but in practice I would fear partner not having spades and stretching to bid 3NT "accepting the invite" - which we don't want them to do as the ...
Andrew Sinclair's bidding problem: --- AT76532 QT95 54
yes, if this is a potential UI case with partner failing to alert 3 then I could certainly see the score being adjusted to some number of diamonds our way
Right Contract for the Right Player
not necessarily - if you just asked for aces directly and your side was missing an ace then you still wouldn't know whether slam still had chances or whether you were off a cashing AK. better to invite partner to show interest with a suitable hand - simply asking for aces ...
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