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Richard Margolis
Richard Margolis
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Nov. 10, 2012
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Michael Rosenberg's lead problem: 632 A953 QJ72 T9
Fair enough! Thanks.
Michael Rosenberg's lead problem: 632 A953 QJ72 T9
I may have written poorly, for which I apologize. My point was that we are more likely to lead a from the Q than (a) cashing A on the go, or, much worse, (b) underleading it at trick 1. When we select a trump, a strong declarer may ...
One more (of so many) undiscussed doubles
I presumed that opener was balanced and (sub) minimum to pass out 1, so one of the usual criteria for removing partner's penalty proposal, a void in their suit, is now impossible. A fair answer to your question involves what opener would have done with, say, a 4 ...
One more (of so many) undiscussed doubles
Penalty. Dinosaur.
What does this double mean?
Penalty. Dinosaur.
City of Refuge
Penalty. Dinosaur.
David Caprera's bidding problem: Kxx AK9xxx A8xx ---
Like Aviv and Craig above, I considered 6, especially if we are correct about the state of the match. However, partners don't always hold perfect cards, a holding which would make 6 laydown. I ultimately settled on the slight underbid of 5, hoping that partner might ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: A76 AK5 KJ8543 Q
With 2 an underbid, one that risks missing at matchpoints, and 3 inappropriate with that porous suit, I will treat AKX as good enough for a single raise, more encouraging for than any rebid. Opening 1NT on this suit-oriented holding would not occur to me ...
Michael Rosenberg's bidding problem: 9 8 AK52 KJ97542
Like Marshall, I gave this one some thought before passing 3NT. It is the 2 fast tricks that made the difference for me, along with the assumption that partner can adequately stop and holds a fitting honor. If 3NT happens to fail, we are still quite a ...
Michael Rosenberg's lead problem: 632 A953 QJ72 T9
Difficult situation. Red suits look too committal, and I concur with those who stay off the possible lead due to partner's not doubling 2. My concern about a trump lead, which I chose without great conviction, is that it will tip a strong declarer off to my ...
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