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Rowland Reeves
Rowland Reeves
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Member Since
Aug. 5, 2014
Last Seen
5 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Average club player

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still to come I hope!
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What is the right thing to do?
of course there's the rules, but it's not how I personally like to play. I've had a similar situation come up in a "local MP game" and I've let the player retract their pass. for me it's a bit like gaining an advantage from an ...
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: KQxxx K AJTx KQx
oh wow, that clear? I thought for a long time and bid 4H but I really wasn't sure - it has a happy ending rho balanced 4N and it was smack smack smack lol
Rowland Reeves's lead problem: 63 Q973 AT94 K98
sadly not on this occasion, I led a club which gave away the 10th trick, and I can see from the poll result it was the wrong lead! thanks all
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: --- Jx Ax AKQTxxxxx
okay partner bids 5 spades for the Ace of spades ... oh dear, they cash AK of hearts
ATB - Matchpoints
thanks all for comments, I appreciate the feedback. I was south on the hand, I thought my partner's 3N was just ludicrous, but I accept my pass was also insane. The double was a little slow, so I thought maybe east was just doubling on general values and one ...
Rich Newell's bidding problem: AQ83 J2 KT AK942
would've opened 1N
Active Ethics?
if you think you're making an unethical bid, then how about just don't make the bid in the first place
How do play 6NT from North?
how about win in dummy spade to the K
Rich Regan's bidding problem: K9843 J J52 T875
I'm guessing pass would've worked out better than 4s, lol this is some extreme resulting!
Another ATB
I hate this type of post, of course north bid is ridiculous ... if u were north i apologize but somehow I doubt it

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