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Phillip Vest
Phillip Vest
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Aug. 29, 2014
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July 15
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Phillip Vest's bidding problem: AK92 752 A9 9763
Slam frequency
For the purposes of this question I am just interested in two balanced hands - all 5 of the listed conditions true. When one or both hands are unbalanced we will be on a different path so not relevant to the question at hand.
Phillip Vest's bidding problem: AJ732 KQJ6 2 T53
I led a diamond which turned out to be the best. Dummy had no ruffing potential. Partner had D and H aces, so scored two D ruffs.
Delicate Probe
How do you sort out these responder hands with 5-4 in the majors so that you play in your 5-3 fits and don't end up playing 4-3 fits? Also if responder has bid 2 without a 4 card major, only to check for opener's 5 card major ...
Phillip Vest's bidding problem: A AJ87 AJT72 AK8
Partner has not denied anything by bidding 5. He shows his cheapest K.
Phillip Vest's bidding problem: A AJ87 AJT72 AK8
Nothing further in my toolbox. What would be in yours?
Is "could be short" a conventional call?
Ed: I am a neophyte in this area of bridge laws, so I would like a little help understanding. Your comment suggests there is a set of laws that exist above organizations like the ACBL. Do these laws have a specific name (more than 'the laws') and by whom are ...
Phillip Vest's bidding problem: 75 5 KQ954 KT832
X would be takeout of hearts. 2NT undiscussed.
Opener's rebid of 3NT in Precision
Over 2/1 2N shows balanced hand but not sure about strain. 3N would be confident that NT will be a good strain e.g. after 1 - 2 holding T9xxx KQT AQT Qx
Phillip Vest's bidding problem: J84 A KQT9752 T6
I agree 2S must not be to play, so looking for a stopper for NT. However, if he needs a heart stopper he can bid 3H - so must be looking for a club stop.
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