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Sam Ehrlichman
Sam Ehrlichman
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Nov. 15, 2017
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Sept. 19
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Sam Ehrlichman's lead problem: 63 KQJ7654 9 965
25 votes in and so far only one for the (winning) K lead! East has a heart void and dummy has Axx. (I was East.) At the table, West led a diamond, which worked out poorly. East does have some diamond cards but no aces to give you a ...
Sam Ehrlichman's lead problem: 63 KQJ7654 9 965
Dummy: A974 A98 J842 AK Partner: QT - KQT73 JT8742 Declarer: KJ852 T32 A65 Q3
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: T5 AT72 J6 AJ953
My partner held this hand. I think pass and 1 are both reasonable initial actions although I weakly lean towards pass. I think the second pass is clear. My partner chose double at the table, which I interpret to mean a solid maximum for his earlier actions and tolerance ...
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: KQT842 J953 --- 974
In this partnership I am confident neither partner would play 3 this way.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: KQJTxx AKxx --- KTx
I’m guessing Dan meant 3N as non-serious slam try.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: AJT Q83 2 AQJT42
Good point. On this auction, responder is allowed to have 4 diamonds with any strength, or 5+ diamonds with less than invitational values.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: 93 KJT64 J87 K85
What are people’s thoughts about 3 vs 3?
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: A754 J A743 A985
What if partner needs a diamond control?
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: Jxxx Axx T9 KQ9x
But doesn't that imply that opener's 4m bid is natural?
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: T987632 J T3 AT8
Anyone who answered 7N thinking about something other than 2 initially?.
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