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Stephen Merriman
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June 18, 2017
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Feeling a bit dumb
If East plays a low card, there is a chance you can take 3 tricks. If East plays the Jack, there is a chance you can take 3 tricks. If East plays the King, there is a chance you can take 3 tricks. No matter what card East plays, there ...
Signal at trick 1 in no trumps
What the right card to play isn't the point of this thread (and it made no difference in the actual hand). It's about what the meaning is (for next time when it does make a difference); so it very much matters.
Signal at trick 1 in no trumps
For those voting for normal suit preference, what would happen if the red suits were all reversed? Would you play the 3, hoping partner didn't read that as suit preference for clubs? Thus the reason I included an 'other suit preference' option - wondering if there was a way to ...
Signal at trick 1 in no trumps
Oops, fixed, thanks.
Raising 1m after a double - what is most common?
Sorry, yes, meant redouble - fixed now. I can't seem to create a multiple-answer poll. If I included redouble, you would not have been able to answer. Here you can; of the bids provided, you only play 2NT as described.
Raising 1m after a double - what is most common?
Yeah, I knew some people would have more than one stronger raise, but wasn't confident in covering/knowing all of the options people use. So I tried to go with wording which would still allow you to answer ("which of these shows", rather than "what would you bid").
Raising 1m after a double - what is most common?
I meant better than a minimum raise, ie 10+ or however you want to define it.
Mathematically, when should you make a game try (and which one)?
OK, in that case, ignore double dummy analysis, and build the information leakage into the calculations. If I bid 4, it will make a% of the time. If I bid 3, I will end up in game b% of the time, and in those cases, make c% of ...
Do bridge paradoxes exist?
Cool. So, for the sake of argument, if this came up.. which would you bid? :)
Do bridge paradoxes exist?
That's awesome - thanks! No wonder BAM is so hard to play :)
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