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Shiang Chen
Shiang Chen
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Member Since
Nov. 10, 2014
Last Seen
June 15
Member Type
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Leo Lasota's bidding problem: J4 QJ64 QJT AK65
Hey Leo, depends on the system you use. Do you play wolf or NMF or something else? 4c while brutish is not a bad bid you have a good 14 opposite 18-19 so you have a good 32+. 4c should be gerber here, check that you're not off 2 ...
Yuan Shen's lead problem: QJ86 Q962 8 J873
Pretty sure you're leading a spade the question is which one. I like leading the Q more incase if partner has the A and you can catch the K. Also partner probably has at least as many spades as us so there's no worries about blocking the suit ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: K JT8753 753 743
SOOOOO many reasons to just pass quietly. If you bid with this garbage red on white you really need to learn to sometimes pass. 1. You have a bad hand and a bad suit. 2. Vul is Red on White. 3. Stiff K here is worth maybe a 1/4 ...
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: K JT8753 753 743
Singleton K. Wrong vul. Have fun going for -800.
Michael Feeney's bidding problem: 94 T KQ942 QJ542
For those that bid 3nt. You do realize 2nt doesn't mean he's got a heart stop, or a spade stop for that matter. You want to be in 5 of a minor question is how to get there. I think double then pull spades is the best plan ...
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: QJ8 9 QJT97 AJ43
I'm over 30 and I've opened 0 counts. If two opening bids can make game your not playing winning bridge. Opening bid opposite opening bid should make 2, no joke. In my agressive big club system, two opening bids doesn't even make one.
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: T754 AT86 AK76 A
3c, 2c is inv+ so pass = inv 3s = would be slightly better than opening hand, would game force opposite opening but this is an overcall 3c = better than 3s, which is exactly what we have. If partner bids anything other than 3s I will bid game. He could overcall on ...
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: QJ8 9 QJT97 AJ43
QJx is almost like a 4c suit. Plus there's a decent chance partner has 5 spades and couldn't bid it at the 4 lv.
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: AKQT A3 73 97543
sure looks like 5 to me.
Shailesh Gupta's bidding problem: Axxx Txxx x Jxxx
I don't hate the pass, in fact I like it certainly more than a double. You have their suit and you don't have much value. If I were to bid on the first round would be 1s or 2c.

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