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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K984 T73 T74 654
Do you thrust partner or opponents? Bidding by opponents is a bit strange, but not completly odd. 1C-1D-1H does not necessarily promise a unbalanced hand in their system.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K984 T73 T74 654
As Richard said: He would have overcalled with 5s or 4 good s on 1 club. At the table it was obvious for me but it seems its not. I tell you what I thought and you tell me why it is wrong: Partner can t have a classical ...
Regular vugraph experience
I like the informations coming from the other table. It is annoying if you have to move from room to room all the time, but it makes it more thrilling if you know what they need to do. I propose that you turn of the voice commetary if you don ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K984 T73 T74 654
Just one question: What would double by partner on 1 mean? I assumed it shows 4s and a good hand that couldnt bid before. How can partner have 4s now?
Jay Barronen's bidding problem: A5 QT3 AKT AKQT7
It depends if 4NT would be Blackwood on 4. If you are sure partner will understand it as that, you can bid it. You can t simply bid 7NT. My partners would bid 4 with KQJxx-KJxxxx or alike. Most of the times you will need both kings for ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AT7432 8 KJ865 2
With good 3 card support you will raise, so X just shows a good hand and a desire to play somewhere.
What was the right thing to do?
To me 4 looks like Exclusion Keycard. So I just bid my aces.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: J63 AQJT5 KT KT2
No Agreement, so I assume yes. But whats your reason for the bid?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: T9873 A9 J87 KQ9
2 would be 3-4 because 1 promised 5
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: x KJxx JTxx Kxxx
Your partner doesnt go for a slam with this hand if you double over 4?
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