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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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ATB for missing this slam
I am missing: South should have opened and North should have bid on also if South passed first. ;)
Advice on Smith signals
I like your point of view. We play nearly the same, just with 3 cards and a negativ signal as first, we start with the second card as suit pref. What your difference between middle-high-low and middle-low-high? Do you have a default option for "no opinion"? How does partner know ...
Advice on Smith signals
I agree with the sthical minefield, but I still think its a great method. We are used to take our time at trick one, the the second card can be played without hesitation.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: JT72 Q72 JT2 Q85
15-17
Smith and discard in defense
Sorry all. Trick one was won with the Ace. Its Matchpoints scoring.
Paul Grünke's bidding problem: K83 5 QJ7 AQT975
They told me: " Most hands with 4 and little values in s. Other opinions?
Opening lead constrained by UI?
Can he have 5s as well? What are the restrictions of the canape. Always a longer suit when only 4 or can it be a 4333 as well?
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: xxx 8xxxx Qxxx x
Don't need to joke. ;) Could easily have AKQxxx-x-AKx-Axx
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 542 K83 J87 AK65
Whats your way to stop below game opposite 12-13 HCP after a 1-opening? (Also if its precision) I know the US-precision style is to open everything. But in Matchpoints you cant afford all the -100, -200 you get in 3NT.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q985 K965 Q K654
Like Bob Heitzman postet. I think 2NT implies some club support with a spade stop.(9-12 HCP) 2 makes it hard to reach 3NT. Sometimes Partner has a good hand for 3NT but not 5. I still think 3 is an underbid. (because of the 4th club)
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