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Rosalind Hengeveld
Rosalind Hengeveld
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June 20, 2014
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Chair, Players Council, Netherlands Bridge League; Website Editor, Bridge Magazine IMP, Netherlands

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Netherlands

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Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 75 QJT532 T94 86
There are two ways to state a bidding poll: (1) include methods, clearly and comprehensively; (2) allow participants to use – and to feel free to explain – their own methods. I prefer the latter.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: 75 QJT532 T94 86
4 = slam try in hearts. Note that the poster did not mention Texas.
Alert question
If this would be alertable (or announceable), most every call in the early rounds of bidding would be, as there is nearly always some subtle shade of meaning that you know and opponents do not. Thereby, however, the alert procedure would lose its very purpose.
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: AT92 K63 QJ84 T4
1. The upper limit of this bid is higher than in the olden days.
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: AK2 QJ87 K AQ872
My € 0.02: no, not applicable, Scrambling.
Weird weak two bids
I have played against such opening bids a few times, usually with good results for us. They are legal under WBF and similar jurisdiction, but pre-alerting them appears to make sense.
Which meaning is alertable?
I don’t think it is ‘active ethics’ or otherwise right to alert calls that are not alertable. Just like it is not right to use (without screens) the stop card for bids, such as weak notrump openings, that are not skip bids but may cause the next player a ...
Veljko Vujcic's bidding problem: KQJx JT98 Kx xxx
For many modern players the upper limit for 1 is higher than it used to be, up to about 10 HCP. 2 would then show a five-card suit.
Ned Kohler's bidding problem: Q982 K3 Q43 AK87
Bidding style matters. I play light opening bids and (consequently) heavy invites. That makes this hand an easy go.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: AT8653 82 94 AK4
With both hands given, this should have been an Apportion The Blame, not a bidding problem. My ATB vote: mostly just unlucky.
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