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Sasha Cooper
Sasha Cooper
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Member Since
Aug. 17, 2014
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May 22
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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 ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 7 KJ74 T3 J97643
You are (although on that hand I'd be wavering over bidding 2 instead) After 2 there's not much sophistication. P can rebid 2 to show any minimum (in this context that would be 16-17ish. He could have opened with slightly less, but would usually have ...
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: 7 KJ74 T3 J97643
Richard's right
Dr. Arumugam Sridar's bidding problem: T84xx 986 65 754
Both hippogriffs
Dr. Arumugam Sridar's bidding problem: T84xx 986 65 754
As long as you've got a P who knows to be circumspect when raising as a passed hand, passing here has substantial negative EV. You've got next to no chance of being penalised when W has such wealth (how many 18+ counts would risk a penalty-seeking pass?), and ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: KQ9xx xx Axx Axx
Partner is captaining this auction, not me. Bidding 4N would not tell him whether or not I have the hand he wants for slam, merely drive us there if the KC requirement alone were satisfied. And for all intents and purposes, the trump queen is a keycard, so I have ...
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: KQ9xx xx Axx Axx
One simple possibility that I don't see anyone commenting on: partner is primarily interested in our KCs, but can't afford to bid RKCB since for all he knows we could have two (maybe three!) fewer. I'm not sure what the best way to show him I have ...
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