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Sasha Cooper
Sasha Cooper
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Aug. 17, 2014
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Aug. 13
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Bridge Player
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United Kingdom

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Jinksy
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Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: x AQJ AKQ9x AKQx
Sure, the worst slam I've seen was 0%, but I don't think they're a great benchmark ;) I make it closer to 32-33% fwiw, depending on how much a good break in one suit improves the chances of a good break in another
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: x AQJ AKQ9x AKQx
As for useful systems, I'm still partial to my own *cough*Fantunes*cough* variant, which lets you open this a natural 1, show a strong hand over P's natural 1 response, hear a negative from P, and then continue with a natural and forcing 3 ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: x AQJ AKQ9x AKQx
The actual auction continued: 4 5 6 Partner put down this beauty: xxxx xxxx x Jxxx Certainly a better contract than 6, but that was little consolation for the predictable -1.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: x AQJ AKQ9x AKQx
I bid 6. Partner put down this beauty: xxxx xxxx x Jxxx It 'had play', but that was little consolation for the predictable -1.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 72 AKT7542 --- KQ76
P had something like x xx xxxx AJTxxx. When I passed as per the current majority, he doubled and we took them for 300 instead of bidding our cold slam. In retrospect I feel like I should have bid - he's quite likely to have a spade void on the ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 72 AKT7542 --- KQ76
Richard's right.
Greg Humphreys's bidding problem: 7 KJ942 Q8 AT632
Looking at this question again, past Sasha was nuts.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 54 AKJ98 A732 Q6
Misremembered - 3 was three down
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 54 AKJ98 A732 Q6
I bid 3, and partner put down Qx x QJTxx KTxxx. Hearts split badly, and I couldn't make more than 5 tricks (thankfully undoubled). Had I Xed, P's 2N would be Leb rather than a scramble, but on the lie of the cards, even 3 was ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 7 KJ74 T3 J97643
With a 5S-4H min, he'd have rebid 2 rather than 2 (also min hands with 6 would have rebid 2, and min hands with 3 would have rebid 2, in descending preference order. So strictly speaking, if he has the weak hand he ...
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