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Srdjan Richter
Srdjan Richter
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March 23, 2013
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Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
At the very moment of my heart showing misbid I knew my bid could not be alerted. My English is poor and it is obvious that I can not express my thoughts clearly , therefore I surrender and sincerely apologize for taking so much of your time.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
I intended to show spades but my misbid showed hearts. Opener`s lack of alert confirmed that he assumed I showed hearts, so how could he raise spades? Only if my facial expression or gesture at the moment of misbid gave him a clue. If that was the case, there ...
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
If lack of alert is unauthorized information and alert is misinformation, both calls are illegal. Anyway, I would treat 3 bid as an extremely strong raise of hearts (splinter?) and bid 4 cue hoping to hear 5 cue which I can pass. If opener makes any other ...
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
I would probably play 6 doubled. Another possibility is 4 (cue) - 5(cue) - pass. I have only disputed the existence of UI.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
But opener could not alert 1 as showing spades. Their agreement is that 1 shows hearts.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
I must have misunderstood the problem. By partnership agreement 1 showed hearts, opener did not alert, so he expected hearts in partner`s hand. No UI so far. 1 bidder said he was immediately aware of his misbid. If he made some facial expression or a gesture at ...
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
Responder could alert his bid only if the game was played online or with the use of screens. Openers failure to alert and illogical (under assumption that partner had hearts) 3 bid is highly suspicious. Would he splinter with x AKQx Ax AKxxxx?
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A876 J9 Q4 QJT86
Since 1 is natural in your methods, there was no UI.
Srdjan Richter's bidding problem: 98763 A 75432 82
You could have said: "Serious players do not play with robots"
Srdjan Richter's bidding problem: 98763 A 75432 82
Well, robot pulled out, South had A42, KJ107, QJ109, K5 (BBO Daylong IMP tournament today)
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