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Tim Goodwin
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Register online for FREE KO at Nashua, NH Regional June 24-25
99 teams, so at least a couple short of biggest ever in New England.
What's My Range?
Responder doesn't need to know opener's range just so long as he knows his own: pass with minimum; bid with maximum.
Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: 5 KJ9875 KJ985 3
Ahh, I read the bidding diagram and problem as north pass, east pass, then west 1 out of turn. My bad.
Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: 5 KJ9875 KJ985 3
If North does not accept the bid out of turn, isn't the bid cancelled and South given a turn? Law 31.
Jim Perkins's bidding problem: AQJ8 AKT85 K64 8
This round is easy.
Was thought process wrong
How can you not think about slam with KQxxxxx facing a 2NT opener?
Active Ethics; System Pre-Alerts
Of course, you don't have to pre-alert a strong club, but if you do, you ought to mention transfer responses because that's what is unusual, something like: "we play a strong club with transfer responses". If they don't want to listen, so be it.
Ed Spear's bidding problem: AQ9xx x Kxx J98x
Not good enough to open 1? BTW, you put the 9 in both hands.
Sabrina Miles's bidding problem: 53 QT98632 A42 2
You don't really want to use keycard, do you? AKxx AJxx - Axxxx and AKxx KJxx - Axxxx will get the same keycard answer.
Active Ethics; System Pre-Alerts
So, they tend to show a touching honor, it might be a higher or lower honor; K from AK or KQ and Q from KQ or QJ? Could Q be from QT9? (I think they show something more than "asking not showing" discloses.)
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