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Sasha Cooper
Sasha Cooper
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Aug. 17, 2014
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Phil Clayton's lead problem: 8732 KJT3 762 53
Eh? I *asked* you what 3 would have meant, and when you queried one of the possible things I thought it might be, I gave an example. Not sure why you're being such an arse about it.
Phil Clayton's lead problem: 8732 KJT3 762 53
Give what show away? I wouldn't dream of leading to a slam that had been methodically bid without checking that I understood the auction, regardless of the contents of my hand. A 'natural' 3 would be patterning out, showing something like 4351.
Yehudit Hasin's bidding problem: AKQJ T AKJT AJT4
Steve - fine, but that would leave you in a worse position vis describing your hand than if you'd opened 1m and it hadn't been passed out, (and you'd be a lot more likely to get that kind of interference over a precision 1C than an SAYC one ...
Phil Clayton's lead problem: 8732 KJT3 762 53
Voted, but I don't feel like you've given enough info about the auction to allow an intelligent decision. In particular, what would E's 3HS bids have meant over 3? Natural? Honours? Cues? Ditto his 4 bid over 4 - I can't tell if his ...
Phil Clayton's lead problem: 8732 KJT3 762 53
This seems far more likely than pinning a stiff queen to me.
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: KTx Jxx K KQ8xxx
If they bid to 3N, P won't be leading a spade since we didn't overcall them, and his hand will be sufficiently weak that he should be taking his best guess at which of our minors to set up. With a 5-card discrepancy between them, I suspect he ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 62 K92 KJ72 K863
I agree. My P didn't at the time, though I think he's now persuaded.
Yehudit Hasin's bidding problem: AKQJ T AKJT AJT4
It might be a problem if the LHO bid something at the 2 or 3 level, and your P didn't show up with the right hand to double.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: AQJ32 AJT9 --- KQJ7
I forgot the 4 bid when originally posting this, so 3 people had posted already (hence one voting for 4 by us)
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AK2 AKQJ965 --- T76
In this competitive an auction I'd be much more worried about getting to a sensible level than worrying about majors vs minors. That said, After EKCB, you can still get to hearts. If P shows the AKQC, you can obviously bid 7 to play, and even if (s ...

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