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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AKJ6 A2 4 J87643
It could be both. Partner can only show a help suit trial or a short suit trial which can both be game or slam orientated.
Carding Problem
I make a lot of mistakes, but in the present case leading a heart is the only way to beat the contract, after partner discarded a heart on the diamond. There is no option not to lead a heart.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: KJ64 QT5 AK T765
I doubled at the table and I see that most of you double as well. But is nobody afraid of making 4?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: KJ64 QT5 AK T765
You have not discussed this situation, but your style would be to show majors, not diamonds only.
Board 10 from the 02/05/2018 Common Game
Its also interested that you can go down in 5s if you finesse clubs before playing the K.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q6 A76 KQ65 JT65
3 was natural
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 7 4 QJT975 AQ953
I also think so, was just checking. ;)
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: KQ5 6532 9 AKT95
As opponents are quite good players I think partner cant have a strong hand with 4s. There was no agreement, but shouldnt 3H be a fitbid (Hearts and clubs)?
Cash out or break the Squeeze?
I dont agree that playing the queen is wrong when partner has 98xx. When you take the Ace and play the Queen next, you are done with decisions. After the Queen you still control the s
Cash out or break the Squeeze?
I agree with most of the analyse. I forgot the mention that the 9 was covered with the 10. Not sure about the Q. Is it possible that partner has 9854? Then giving away the tempo by playing the ace and the Queen seems stupid.
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