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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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13 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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Can this sequence exist?
Double followed by a new suit shows a better than minimum TO double. This problem is IMPs. Can defending 3 be that bad? At MPs, I agree with Paulo that doubling 3 has some merit.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: KJ9863 T AJT95 4
By great slam, do you mean off both major suit aces?
Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: AKQT AKQ9 KQ6 84
Sorry partner. I could have sworn the A was the A.
Nikolay Yaninski's bidding problem: x xx AQxxx KT8xx
Is 4N natural or pick a minor? Would partner be on the same wavelength?
JTx, AQ, Ax, KQT8xx
[b]3NT is the most likely game and my heart holding dictates that it should be played from my side[/b] And the diamond holding suggests that partner should be declarer. Which one takes precedence I don't know.
Thomas van der Hoeden's lead problem: 964 K952 J875 K2
Was there a lead which beat the contract?
Competing at the Three Level at MPs -- Favorable Vulnerability and Most of the HCPs
[b]RHO doubles the 2 bid by partner, and LHO bids 3.[/b] That would be insufficient as I have already bid 3 over the double.
How Dare The Computer Break Our Famous LTT
Defense is easy looking at all 4 hands. Exchange the 3 with the 2. The bidding would be the same and establishing the Q for a diamond pitch does declarer no good.
New Prime Number !
Jeff, you forgot to add "from memory".
Pete Marvin's lead problem: J7432 J75 982 96
I can't believe there's any lead other than a club. With 2 stray jacks, it's not as if you can set up and run your long suit.
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