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Ron Steele
Ron Steele
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Sept. 11, 2013
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Gavin Wolpert's bidding problem: AKQJ9 Q43 85 T92
2H is forcing but under the given facts I chose 3C. This will not be passed, will give partner a chance to support spades with 3 small and does not rule out 3NT. I would pass only playing extremely light opening bids.
Art Korth's bidding problem: AKJ953 AKT98 2 8
"Stupid" implies mental dullness and is certainly not applicable to the originator of this post.
Art Korth's bidding problem: AKJ953 AKT98 2 8
the cue bid may be ill chosen but "stupid" is hardly a well chosen word.
Art Korth's bidding problem: AKJ953 AKT98 2 8
I have no objection to 5S and by agreement this is not preemptive but shows about a 4 loser hand. On this action I begrudgingly honor partners pass.
JoAnn Sprung's bidding problem: A5 8653 QT95 KQ8
no clear bid, values to compete, double now and then bid 3S
To Show or Not To Show?
Show. instant reward or punishment is always the best teacher. In the first game of duplicate I ever played my novice partner and I bid 5D making 5. We were elated until the pickup slip revealed our bottom score as 3Nt made 4. We were not put off but encouraged ...
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
the conditions state that 2C is game forcing. I don't see any stated exceptions
Bernard Yomtov's bidding problem: xxxx Axx AKxx Tx
In my mind the pass of 2H shows a balanced minimum. I now can bid 4H as the best chance of playing 4NT from the right side or playing 5C.
Neil Silverman's bidding problem: T83 AKQT54 9 KJ5
stay fixed
Tayfun Özbey's bidding problem: AJ987 --- 965 AQT85
I generally bid with a void but must admit the 3D bid is way beyond plausible.
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