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Peter Ritmeester
Peter Ritmeester
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Sept. 21, 2015
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Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: Q AKJ9653 Q4 J86
It was a practice hand, no opps... :-)
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: Q AKJ9653 Q4 J86
But I would certainly invite to game with 2NT: would you then accept the invite, sign-off with 3 or bid 3 (something in between)?
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: Q AKJ9653 Q4 J86
AJ610872J108KQ2 Not really a miracle hand... But I guess I owe Jeroen a beer :-)
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: Q AKJ9653 Q4 J86
As you will have guessed, Jeroen opened 3 and we missed game :-)
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: Q AKJ9653 Q4 J86
Not really, with this one missing game is remote, with the other one you need much less from partner for game.
A Third Bidding Approach
With the help of my partner Jeroen Wieland, I developed a multi-part system called Hodor, where the 1-opening is either 8-11 or 14+ and 2-openings are 10-13: http://www.pzzl.com/demo/bridge/hodor.html The idea is that with a hand like 852 AQ1042 973 K6 where one would ...
Jacoby 2NT, my way
We play 2NT as limit or minimal game force. Stronger hands bid 2C. In this way we still do not tell the opponents anything (1M - 2NT // 4M: happens a lot), but have a lot more bidding space in case we are interested in slam.
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Who Will Win Open World Bridge Games?
Thanks, so I was mixing it up with the Bermuda Bowl. I am always surprised to see two teams from the USA there, while other countries only have one.
Who Will Win Open World Bridge Games?
Is the USA still allowed to send two teams? Or am I mixing up things? Any top country allowed to do that would be the favorite.
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