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Shahzaad Natt
Shahzaad Natt
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Member Since
March 21, 2013
Last Seen
Dec. 5
Member Type
Bridge Player
United Kingdom

Bridge Information

Regular Bridge Partners
Kiril Delev, Petar Ivanov, Steve Root, Nick Sandqvist
Favorite Tournaments
Schapiro Spring Foursomes
Favorite Conventions
Any kind of transfer
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Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: A754 J A743 A985
If all partner needs for slam is aces they can try blackwood.
ATB - Both hoping for better hands
Checked with Niall and it turns out I was wrong. I thought the fact that Louise had abstained twice in the poll was a clue.
ATB - Both hoping for better hands
I think it's pretty clear who sat where for this board.
Shahzaad Natt's bidding problem: Q J87 K8632 T943
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: Q95 A62 AK32 T82
3NT what's the problem? I would bid it at matchpoints too.
Chess type ending
This is a very cool ending.
Jay Barronen's bidding problem: xxx Kx KJTxx AKx
Are we not playing 15-17 NT? If we are, then why didn't I open one?
Christopher Diamond's bidding problem: 5 Q3 AJ76 KQ7654
I think the fact that game is making opposite a minimum tells you that you should be bidding on with that hand. The most this hand changed and for me to still bid 2C is to swap the diamond jack for the ten.
Chess type ending
I think in most examples in the books it's just a 'simple squeeze without the count', but I think in real life, you nearly always have to squeeze them out of exit cards.
Shahzaad Natt's bidding problem: T9865 J7 A63 KQ5
So it depends a little bit on suit quality, this is probably the minimum I would have for such a suit. Conversely I am allowed KQT9x and out.

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