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Steve Stewart
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ATB - 21 HCP 3NT game
I'm also in agreement with this. North should not pass 3N since his raise is based on distribution, not high cards. He has no help for partner's hearts and the spade ace rates to be facing shortness. Notrump rates to play quite poorly.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: 9532 Q8 A5 AKQT5
3. Where I live. Not thrilled with this, but x may get a lebensohl response into 3, and my spades are also quite weak.
Jack Spear's lead problem: A Q32 Q2 AKT8432
Dummy likely has good spades, a club void and a source of tricks in one of the red suits. Diamonds is more likely to be dummy's suit since I'm shorter there, so I lead a heart, hoping to set up a trick before my spade is knocked out.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: K8732 K86 Q2 QJ8
P. No aces, poor main suit, poor shape.
Assign the blame missed slam - 1
Definitely agree - West has a clear-cut keycard ask after the 3 bid.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: 4 AKJ85 AK74 875
I don't like the methods, but this hand is nowhere near good enough to take another call.
What are you done with?
I don't see an option for all of the forcing pass topics. These can all be answered with Jay Barronen's usual advice: If you have to ask, it isn't.
Precision help wanted 2
I wouldn't have upgraded the east hand to a strong club opener, but having done so he has to make a takeout x at his second turn.
Legal or illegal?
North decided to violate system and pass a forcing bid. Not a good way to keep partner happy but nothing illegal here.
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.
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