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Randy Pearson
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Jan. 24, 2015
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Returned to bridge 6 years ago after a 25-year absence.

United States of America

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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?
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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