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Sasha Cooper
Sasha Cooper
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Aug. 17, 2014
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March 21
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United Kingdom

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Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: K Axxx AJxxxx Kx
Why wouldn't he bid 3 over 3 with that?
Jenish Shah's lead problem: KT9 A64 KQ6 A975
If I'm playing penalty doubles, I penalty double. Partner isn't required to be broke, and most of the time he is, he or ones of the opps will run anyway.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: J762 K94 AT9854 ---
What would if you bid if a splinter wasn't available (eg both 3 and 4 were fit jumps)?
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: A4 AT 8654 AKJ54
You don't have that problem with this system - opening 1 has already shown your extra playing strength (though it hasn't shown your clubs). X is competitive rather than support, so typically shows either extras for your (already strong) 1 or some shape.
Nick Anand's bidding problem: Jx xxx xx QJTxxx
I can't see any reason to double, but bidding 3 (or higher!) certainly has ways to win.
BW 2/1: What is 2/1?
Maybe it's idiom peculiar to me, but I think of '2/1' as the bidding system (ie option two, subject to the caveats people have given above), and '2/1 GF' as the specific agreement of the first option. Minor justification: you might say 'weak NT and five-card majors ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: QT82 A7 A6432 A4
I also like 3 on this hand, but I don't see the advantage of this philosophy - doesn't it just you play in 3M/2N more often?
Emily Middleton's bidding problem: K9 JT7543 AKQ A8
It all depends on what 'quite light' means. With my current P, we've degraded them to the point where we just play new suit bids as constructive NF.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: A4 AT 8654 AKJ54
Simon Cope's bidding problem: AQ9876 AK K873 T
If I can't double on this hand, I'm not sure what a 'flexible' double would look like.

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