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Srdjan Richter
Srdjan Richter
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Member Since
March 23, 2013
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: QJ764 K2 KT6 AJ4
if partner could have 11 - 15 count, I abstain
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: AK2 QJ87 K AQ872
lebensohlish?
Sergiu Covaliu's bidding problem: --- J875 AKQJT76 72
I open Phillip Alder 3 (gambling 3NT)
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: --- KQJ74 A9 QJ9432
Those who ask for a major suit lead, cannot double with AKQJx or AKQJx.
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: --- KQJ74 A9 QJ9432
If I double, partner will lead heart or club (short suit in which he/she does not hold honor card). Since he/she rates to be shorter in clubs than hearts, club lead is more probable. I do not want to risk doubled contract making with two overtricks.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: 985432 92 KQJ 52
Partner could have bid 3, 3, 3NT, 4C. He has 1-1-6-5 A, AKQ. Trump quality is his only concern.
John Portwood's bidding problem: AKxxx xxxxx --- Jxx
3 cuebid by W clearly showed strong hand with diamonds
Micha Böcker's bidding problem: AJ AJT82 J3 KQ52
support double
Mario Fonzo's bidding problem: KQJ J AKQT9 AK53
When I was trying to play bridge, lebensohl was widely used. I was not aware that lebensohlish conventions are now obsolete, so my first choice was 4NT
Daniel Landau's bidding problem: KT96 A2 9863 J98
6 might be better, even if Lightner double cost a trick
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