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Steve Stewart
Steve Stewart
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Aug. 13, 2013
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Todd Holes's bidding problem: Q862 AQT3 A642 A
3N may not make with only one club opposite partner's suit but I'm still bidding it.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: xx Tx AQT9 KJ9xx
I don't have to bid like a junior just because my partner is one.
Nicholas France's bidding problem: AT873 J AK32 KQ5
Not sure why this is a problem, am I missing something?
David Parsons's bidding problem: 54 A75 AKT7 8754
Would be better if I had spades, but I still open. I don't like passing with AK A.
Richard Jeng's bidding problem: A852 AT87 Q J865
If the Q was in one of my long suits I would open.
Gerben Dirksen's bidding problem: AKT763 Q94 J KT3
I think the case is to see if there are any votes for 2, which could easily be right if partner has a stiff spade.
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: AJT A52 97 AJ843
Certainly opener should be pulling to 3 here if he is short in spades. I pass now, but am prepared to call the director if opener has done something naughty, like failing to raise spades if he forgot mini-Roman and has spade support.
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: J8762 --- A8765 AKT
If understood as such, 4 as a slam try with heart shortness would have been a better call at my second turn.
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: AT4 AK985 643 A7
4 QTs, spade support, and a ruffing value. This is a clear acceptance.
Chris Gibson's bidding problem: QJ7532 5 K64 K72
I need a much better suit and/or hand than this to make a 3-level overcall unfavorable at imps.
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