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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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26 minutes ago
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Bridge Player
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United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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David Coles's bidding problem: T54 T65432 T92 8
You must think you're making 3. Otherwise doubled down 1 is a bottom. If the opponents think they are making 3, they are forced to double 3. It's not obvious to me that you're making 3.
How would you rule?
I've never seen "play" mean anything other than the lowest card.
Pete Marvin's bidding problem: A4 72 AJ98432 J6
2 is too little. 2 is too much. 3 is just right.
Oren Kriegel's lead problem: K8 AT6 KJ43 J532
How about underleading a jack AND a king? I voted for a diamond.
Buddy Hanby's bidding problem: K9762 7 J AKQT96
What's wrong with starting with 2? The auction isn't going to die there and then you might get to bid 2 and possibly 3, thus accurately showing your distribution and playing strength.
Variations on a theme
This situation is so rare that it is not worth the brain cells to remember an unusual carding agreement.
Some Interesting Observations About a Hand
[b]"Up the line! Always up the line!"[/b] Sorry partner, I thought that was the 2 of clubs! :)
Some Interesting Observations About a Hand
[b]Did you see pages 2 and 3?[/b] Yes, but I didn't see any other questions. This hand is so flat and the spade suit is so moth-eaten (and even that is being complimentary), that even if I did have the agreement to bid suits up the line ...
Some Interesting Observations About a Hand
[b]Do you open 1♣ or 1♦?[/b] 1 unless playing a weak NT. [b]Do you rebid 1N or 2♥ or 1♠?[/b] 1N.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: K532 5 A87 AK987
Excellent question. 2 maybe?
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