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Ron Steele
Ron Steele
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Sept. 11, 2013
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RIP Ken Cohen
I considered Kenny to be the most difficult of opponents. I remember a BAM hand that Kenny after passing twice overcalled on a poor 4 card suit at the three level - right as usual.
Richard Pavlicek's bidding problem: A 875 Q7432 KJ75
I do have a partner and pass doesn't end the auction
How do you play this?
I have played this double as responsive for 30 years and remember only one psych against me.
Passed Hand Jump Shift
other - I much prefer mini splinters by a passed hand
Liam Milne's bidding problem: AKT953 K8 AT74 3
3D may strike gold and doesn't keep partner from correcting to spades or NT,
Sebastien Louveaux's bidding problem: K865 J2 A AK8753
Jordan: we are not playing a "weaker team" that changes the odds considerably as with a hand this strong we can assume the other pair will reach at least the six level. This hand is our chance to win - take it.
Sebastien Louveaux's bidding problem: K865 J2 A AK8753
if this were win-loss I would buy that analysis but at victory points I want to optimize my wins against weaker teams.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 2 432 QJT2 AJ982
I play 2NT as a que bid in support of clubs
Jack Spear's bidding problem: A932 5432 --- JT432
4S and like Len I think its a make
Dick Vatter's bidding problem: A83 A873 AKT8 KQ
abstained because I know the hand not because I object to the conditions
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