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Rasmus Kolding
Rasmus Kolding
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July 28, 2011
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Best Use of this Double
I suspect your notrump range influences the best use of openers double. If opener can hold a strong nt, double for cards is more frequent, but (depending on other agreements) probably less clear
Openers third
Thanks all! So in reality, the bidding went 1 1; 1NT 2; 2 3; 3NT all pass with the opening hand slightly different than the example hand ( king :)). 1 is always unbalanced. 1NT shows clubs, unlimited. 2 is a preference Since openers ...
Openers third
Noted, sorry
Boye Shows the Jack of Spades
That lead seems pretty plausible if there is a known 9-card fit in . It's a well known deceptive lead.
Justify your partner's respect for your card play
Oh, I guess South could have JTxx from North's perspective
Justify your partner's respect for your card play
Agree, but wouldn't North know the spade position from your play of the suit and his partner's count? Did you mean diamonds?
Better 2/1 Bidding -- The Nebulous 2!C bid
We did discuss that auction earlier in the thread - see my comment above. I'm still not sure if my suggestion is playable - since last year, the sequence hasn't come up
structure after Wk II -2nt overcall P
After (2) - 2NT - (p): 3 of a minor: to play 3: 4 3: 5+, forcing. You can't get to sign of in 3, but you can get to play 3 of either minor
Doctors Strangelove or: How I Learned to Start Cheating and Love the Win
Doesn't add up if Dean posted the right hand. South is dealer and the frequency of 460s is 8 outta 30
Is there any way to sensibly bid this hand?
One possibility: 1 - 1NT 2 - 2 2 - 3 1NT is NF, 6-12 2 is natural or some strong hands 2 is a waiting bid, denies 5 2 shows at least 5-4 in blacks and a minimum 3 is a sign ...
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