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Stéphane Turcotte
Stéphane Turcotte
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Dec. 6, 2013
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April 15
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Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: KQx KQ9xxx Kxx x
Partner's pass of 2h means there is no hope for game with our hand (no aces). I lile 3s as the short hand will ruff the clubs.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: x JT87xx x T98xx
We most likely have a good sac but we may wake the opps for 6S
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: KQx --- AQTxx AKJxx
If partner has 5 he has not alot of pts. Not even sure we have fit so i stop game asap
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: Q9 --- JTxxx AQJxxx
Initially, I wanted to bid 2N for the minors to favor a saccing position. However, thinking more of the hand, 2N enables unusual vs unusual to the opponents placing me on lead after 3 (Showing ) or 3 (showing ) is bid by west, while 3 pretty ...
Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: Ax AKxxx Qxxx xx
But how do you take 3?
Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: Ax AKxxx Qxxx xx
Undiscussed so you are not sure.
Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: Ax AKxxx Qxxx xx
So: 1 (P) 1 (X) 2 (P) 3 Should be GF, vs: 1 (P) 1 (X) 2 (P) 2 (P) ??? (P) 3 Would be Invitationnal?
Benoit Lessard's lead problem: J532 K92 K643 76
9 looks interesting as well if we catch partner with 4 since we likely have at best 1 entry and that will protect j
What's the best % play?
I'd like to play the % game myself... if there are players more sure of the answer, pls comment on this: Assuming you are playing for 4 tricks: With Kxx / 10x, the hand will play by itself as the 10 drops, so we don't count it in our analysis ...
Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: --- Q95 KQT875 AKJ4
Wow Ben, excellent analysis of this hand

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