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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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April 13, 2013
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Oct. 11
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Common game 9 October afternoon board 23
On the third round of hearts, south discards the king of clubs.
Robin Barker's bidding problem: AT9 --- QJT632 AQJ6
Describing it as [i]artificial[/i] is not sufficient. The explanation should include what it does show.
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: AQJ4 AQ95 3 AT75
Is 2 forcing?
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: AQJ4 AQ95 3 AT75
Wouldn't South have bid 1 instead of 2 if holding 4 spades?
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: Q98 AJxx AJxx xx
2 was not forcing. 2N also not forcing. And now we're in a forcing auction?
Opening 10 HCP 6m331 hands playing Matchpoints
Thank you, but the answers still aren't all inclusive. You need "Neither and will pass hand 1 and open hand 2 3". That's not my choice, but the answers should cover all possibilities.
Drew Casen's bidding problem: QJ9 Axx Txx Q9xx
My definition of unbalanced, and I'm probably in the minority here, is a hand which contains a singleton or void.
Opening 10 HCP 6m331 hands playing Matchpoints
Where is the option for neither?
Drew Casen's bidding problem: QJ9 Axx Txx Q9xx
3. If partner doesn't take that to be a cue in support of clubs, partner is 100% unbalanced.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: Q98 AJxx AJxx xx
I agree with David. At IMPS, making 5 instead of 3N isn't a disaster. Unless I knew 100% that partner would take 3 as a cue in support of diamonds, I would not risk making that bid. 4 will not be confusing.
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