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Stewart Rubenstein
Stewart Rubenstein
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May 21, 2013
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March 21
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Stewart & Chris
2/1 except 1!d-2!c
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Diogo & Stewart
2/1
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Chris Parker & Sheila Gabay
2/1 Game Forcing except 2!c/1!d
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Parul Jain & Stewart Rubenstein
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Tim Hill & Stewart Rubenstein
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Bob Carvin & Stewart Rubenstein
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Jori Grossack & Stewart Rubenstein
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Eric Schwartz & Stew Rubenstein
2/1 Game Forcing
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Jim Negro and Stew Rubenstein
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Lisa Procter + Stew or Chris
2/1 Game Forcing except 1!d-2!c
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Christine Halkiotis + Stew or Chris
2/1 Game Forcing except 2!c/1!d
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Copy of Diogo & Stewart
2/1
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Zach & Stewart 2/1
2 over 1 except 1!D-2!C
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Cenk & Stewart 2/1
2 over 1 except 1!D-2!C
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Can Bergen raises be unlimited?
I like some min GF mixed into my inv raises but only in a limited way, hands which are GF by virtue of shape, not values. 1 - 2 mini-splinter, i.e. inv with shortness, the more shape, the fewer HCP needed. Anything from about a bad 11 HCP ...
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: AKQ76 JT8 AKT54 ---
The response to 3 will give me some very useful information. Over 3N I will bid 4H and partner will figure out I’m slamming and take another bid with good hearts and a useful Q. If they keycard, I will show my void and we might still ...
Stewart Rubenstein's bidding problem: A5 KQ96 QJT32 Q5
The way I think about this is, first, is 3NT possibly going to be the right contract? We have 10 diamonds and a spade lead is inevitable, so probably not. If partner has the spade king then maybe. Second, do I have a good hand for slam? Not really. I ...
Stewart Rubenstein's bidding problem: A5 KQ96 QJT32 Q5
All you 4 voters, do you consider this a weaker action than 5?
ATB: More issues in the slam zone...
Double-dummy. No, Alan, it assumes South will find whatever lead is best. Yes, Kit, it does assume you will get it right. Let's see if I can do better. The heart bidder has enough hearts to overcall 1 on a bad suit and enough diamonds to bid 3 ...
ATB: More issues in the slam zone...
Sim says 58%. North has length in two suits, so less likely to have the club length. However, it's much more likely than usual that south has 4 spades, that's the principle danger and it's fatal.
Stay or Run and UI - Corrrected
There's no UI, partner's response accurately conveyed your agreements. You can do what you want. You didn't specify matchpoints or teams, and I don't know what partner will do. Simulation says 4 is over 80%, 5 is 46% and 3NT 25%, absent any understanding ...
Polish club: (semi) forcing notrump after 1 major opening
This problem isn't just polish club. We open a 14 pt hand with a 5 card major 1NT. In fact, since we routinely open light non-vul, our NT range drops to 13+ to 16, and 13 pt hands with a 5 card suit are opened 1NT. Whatever range you ...
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: AKQ532 --- 54 Q8652
My first instinct was to bid, as I think 5 is likely to make in the absence of a double from partner. But then, I think if partner had 2 tricks in the minors I’d have heard a double, so I am at too great a risk of ...
Can North ethically bid again?
So if the opponents hadn't asked (in this case) then there would be no UI from the alert alone? Or is the alert deemed unexpected because it didn't match your hand, even though it was correct to alert per your system? In either case, the question about difference ...
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