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Richard Brown
Richard Brown
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Sept. 23, 2012
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Retired Air Force pilot, electrical engineer, church leader, and Precision enthusiast.

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Jim Olson's bidding problem: AJ92 T73 K2 A964
Suppose East held: KJTxx AQx xx JTx Is not a trap pass likley, given the vul (thus after the 2 rescue a delayed 2NT call)?
Nathan Finkle's bidding problem: Kx AKT7 KJT83 T7
With a same-minded partner I would strongly consider opening this hand 1
David Patterson's bidding problem: K53 8 Q543 AK987
I'm a one club bidder here, but on 4-5 hands on which my diamonds are much better than my five clubs I'm considering an opening call of 1; perhaps with: s! K53 h! 8 d! AKQ10 c! 98754
English tournament entries
Among European nations, is this loss of tables confined mainly to the English-speaking nations?
David Parsons's bidding problem: K7 AKJ54 T75 Q92
Ar matchpoints go with the room and bid 1
David Parsons's bidding problem: KQ974 T 95 AJT32
Tough problem, given the parameters. Precision players would be better placed, their reopening 3 call being more palatable.
Mike Saltzman's bidding problem: J9 3 AQJ8432 K32
Not my method of choice, but I often read of 2/1 systems employing a jump directly to 3D to imply a hand along the lines of the hand in question (usually a bit weaker).
Jim Olson's bidding problem: 732 AK98642 A6 8
1 - but if vul. jump overcalls were marked on my card "intermediate," then 2
Ugur Tas's bidding problem: 642 Q53 876 A754
Remind yourself the scoring is matchpoints and allow yourself to pass.
Bidding plan with strong hand
Pass, presumably showing a weak hand willing to play 4
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