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Randy Pearson
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Jan. 24, 2015
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about me

Returned to bridge 6 years ago after a 25-year absence.

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United States of America

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Pittsburgh
BBO Username
pitack
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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My first Post-Lockdown Bridge Road Trip Weekend
Thanks. So heartwarming.
After 3NT Response to Muppet Showing Five Hearts
4: both minors and SI, implies 3 and short 4: transfer 4: long and SI, implies 3+ 4: long and SI, implies 3+
BW site very slow
Previous 2 days were terrible. Today things seem back to normal.
Guard Squeezes Simplified, Part II
Agree. Clear and well-presented. I can actually imagine the possibility of recognizing one of these positions at the table. Maybe.
Does Anyone Know the Odds for this Multi Situation ?
OP: “(I don't think it matters if you are next to act after opponent's multi or if next passes & you have to act vs. pard's multi.)” I’m not so sure. Your having an 11-card fit would increase the chances that RHO might have acted. So a ...
Glorious Dummies
On #2, 5 could be a winner without those cards in dummy, as the opponents may not find their slam. Whereas on #1, 9xxx and Qx are indeed glorious. Not close IMO.
What would you expect partner to hold?
Exactly.
Simplified Turbo
Ian, thanks for posting this. It appears the author addresses the trump Q only in grand slam discussions. Do I have that right, and does Kickbo recover enough space to address the issue?
Just in case...
Similar to Fishbein from what I recall.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: JT QT3 AKQJ2 J85
The simulations don’t even include the cost when partner of the 1NT opener makes a penalty double expecting some defensive tricks. If one opponent has a singleton , the outcome is unlikely to be good.
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