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Rafael Sacramento
Rafael Sacramento
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April 2
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June 17
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i consider myself an advancing player: stronger then intermediates but still far away from expertise

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Portugal

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Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: Q4 QJ643 AKQ KQ5
Trying to follow your rationale, 3 hearts would deliver what kind of hand?
Thomas van der Hoeden's bidding problem: Q4 QJ643 AKQ KQ5
"2H is too little (you're kidding yourself if you think it shows a 19-count) " can you pls elaborate a bit further?
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: Q764 A4 AT7 KQ64
give him: KJX QJ9XXX X JXX and game is plausible Note: curiously enough, indeed partner is a passed hand, but why biding hearts at 3 level (implies 6 cards, i guess) and didnt open in 2 hearts?..
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: KT5 J7543 A9 A86
after seeing many 3NT from meckwell and having at least 12 in front of 12, and also because one might push a little as we are at IMPs, seeking game doesnt look like a capital sin
Paul Maris's bidding problem: AJT96 9 AQJ65 T6
from WBS2017: "A simple new-suit response over an overcall is forcing": For me X implies 4 cards; in this case spades means 5+ cards
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: JT75 T K8 KJ9654
4 hearts bid makes no sense - i fully misread the auction and intended a splinter
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: AT92 J64 T4 AKT3
I also thought of that
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: KT5 J7543 A9 A86
i'm not familiar with that convention, but i presumed 2 diamonds would show interest in hearts and at the same time being GF
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: Axx AKxxx xx xxx
that's not the case: the system we were using forced north, even with a balanced hand, to bid spades in case she had 4 of those
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