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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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April 13, 2013
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Second Hand High- make it difficult for the defense.
[b]Might declarer be baiting him with A9 doubleton??[/b] Most Easts, looking at the K95, will deduce that declarer isn't baiting him with A9.
Steve Moese's bidding problem: AQT7 AT3 KQ65 T6
[b]on a bad day opener has Kx, K, AJTxxxxx, xx or similar[/b] Opening that hand 5 is a good way to miss a slam and lose teammates, not to mention possibly lose a partner.
Bob Johnson's bidding problem: K75 QT97642 Q8 9
The student did do something wrong. She made an inappropriate comment. She is not allowed to say ANYTHING. And the pro took advantage of the comment (UI). Sadly this occurs all too frequently at club games and directors don't say or do anything.
Steve Moese's bidding problem: AQT7 AT3 KQ65 T6
[b]Rule of 234 says partner has 8 tricks.[/b] And I have 4 so we should make 6. Of course, the opponents might have 2 first.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: KQT6432 6 Q42 T7
[b] Partner should have ... 4D to at least 2 or 3 of the top 4D [/b] Do you think West is a lunatic? West has jump rebid in diamonds, I have Qxx, and my partner has HHxx? I'm having a real hard time believing that.
Richard Traxler's lead problem: 864 7 AKQ93 T763
Richard, I wish all my partners were as astute as you. I know of one who would happily ruff my queen at trick 2, and taking the queen as suit preference, return a spade.
Richard Traxler's lead problem: 864 7 AKQ93 T763
I, too, lead the queen. Given the conditions of the problem (lead was the ace), I continue with the king so that there is no chance for partner to go wrong.
Steven Mcgrahan's bidding problem: J9865 KQT43 AK6 ---
With 3=4=3=3, isn't South going to agree hearts?
Thomas Berg's bidding problem: J8752 J643 6 AKQ
[b]Your bid?[/b] I don't bid. I pass.
Karel de Raeymaeker's bidding problem: Kxx Txx AJx AQxx
It wouldn't have occurred to me to make a negative double, but given that I have, I can now recover by bidding 4.
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