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Simon Weinberger
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 3 AT876 J2 KT965
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 765 K6 QJ8 AJ876
I agree, but do you think it will be a great score in pairs?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: J QJT4 KQJ53 J65
I would be interested too. Did you create a poll?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A9764 87 AQ3 AT9
Some, but a lot also playing 5 card majors
Frances Hinden's bidding problem: 4 AQJT864 J753 T
I have followed the discussion. I think constraint 2 is okay, but I agree with Marshall that West will very often bid 4 on less than 5. The vulnerability calls for it, especially if he is short in hearts.
Best way of alerting in BBO
I get your point, Michael but I think that has 2 downsides. 1: Some players don t know the abbreviations. You slow down the game a lot and sometimes UI occurs, when they need to ask you in the chat. 2: Lots of people play modified versions of conventions or ...
Frances Hinden's bidding problem: 4 AQJT864 J753 T
What do you bid with x-AJ109xxxx-Kxx-x or alike? Bidding 2 misdescribes the hand somewhat. What is you call with a hand like this? Passing 4 looks like a very often losing option. You have 2 tricks very often and your partner has opened the bidding.
Frances Hinden's bidding problem: 4 AQJT864 J753 T
Not forcing for me, but double would be action, not penalty. With a hand that can double 4 for penalty, I should not have bid 4s. Maybe specific, but I think my partners would agree. But it is very close if my hand is good enough, better with ...
declarer play (30.5. NR. 2). What is correct?
Do you take into consideration, that if they lead 3/5 consequently, hearts are either 2-7 or the 7 of s promises 2 higher cards out of three (K,10,8)? Does it make it a 2/1 chance?
declarer play hand (30.5. NR.1), probability needed
I will switch the hands next times. I am sure you can still solve a declarer play problem when North is the declarer. Martens has West as declarer in many of his books and I heard nobody complain about that.

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