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Søren Justesen
Søren Justesen
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March 25, 2013
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u can't make an omelet without Breaking an eeg
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Jonathan Campbell's bidding problem: AQJ32 Q KQT86 Q9
yes, have mixed it up. corrected my vote, to 3 tx 4 help
Jonathan Campbell's bidding problem: AQJ32 Q KQT86 Q9
4 = Slam invite. Alternative just to bid 6
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: A KQ9542 J54 AK9
Double, there are no alternative :-) Pass to 2 = Agree. Partner have never 3 card support in !!! 2 NT = take out, over 3 i bid 3 = 6-3 in red.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AK Q862 9854 763
Pass. We have the chance last round, and say pass after the double. It's like if you see a tennis-player voluntarily slap the first serve direct in net! I also disagree with the support to 2 first time - or show 1 heart only 10-13?, Thought it was a ...
Is this a weak two bid?
A normal 2 bid and if partner ask, depending on my methods I show it as a good week 2, or a good week 2 with "bad suit" if we play feature, just bid 3 to show extra.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: AKQJ4 2 Q632 K76
Our hand are groving to a monster! 3 invite. We can see partners shottness on diamond. 4 and ace, and 4 are icecold.
Michael Rosenberg's bidding problem: 9 8 AK52 KJ97542
Partner have made a sugestion to play 3 NT, oppersit a normal 3 bid. We dont have a "normal" 3 bid. 4 diamond tell, about the ??47, and not a very strong hand in HP.
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: A632 A98 KQ863 J
4 cuebid. Way to strong just to bid 4 . We can see partners control in spade, so kqjxx, or kqxxxx, and diamond ace, 6 hearts are laydown
Michael Rosenberg's lead problem: 632 A953 QJ72 T9
opps are in a hard 4 , the only thing we don't like is to give the 10'th trick. Best way to avoid this are a trump lead. The size of depend on your methods.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: KJ8642 T --- KJ8762
I disagree with the open bid "pass" it's to shot your self in the foot, have you ever seen a tennis-player, voluntarily serve the first serve in the net! I open 1 9 out of 10 times with this hand. the last time I open 4

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