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Tobias Bende
Tobias Bende
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Feb. 23, 2012
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A "strong" 2C ruling in SB's favour
Is there anything in the EBU which restricts a pair from playing 2 as "22+ balanced or any hand which is forcing to game"?
Do you play your 2!D opening as a weak 2?
I know some world champions who would disagree with you.
Wolff Relay Sequence
The way I play transfers here, 3 shows 5-5 in my major and the unbid minor. 3 is, if not weak, strong with opener's minor.
What is your bidding plan
Redbl. a) Give preference to hearts b) and c) Pass d) and e) Dbl
Good Three Card Spade Raise After 1!H Opening When Playing Gazzilli
With 15 and 3514 I would bid 1-1; 2. With a stronger hand, I would bid 2 Gazzilli followed by 2. With four card support and a strong hand, I would bid 2 followed by 3.
Opponents overcall our strong 2!c opening - bidding theory question
I thought it was because of the agreement that opener doubles with a balanced hand. Responder, with some values responder, would then be in a position to figure out if defending is best after 2-(2)-pass*-(pass); dbl*-(pass)-.
Definition of double, if it is not a support double?
Does anyone play that a raise of responder's major can be on three card support after interference? If so, how do you sort out length, strength, and possibly stoppers in opponent's suit? Without interference, we play 1m - 1M; 2M - 2NT as forcing to allow opener to show min ...
Definition of double, if it is not a support double?
Thanks Jyri, yeah, that could be the one I was thinking about. But in that case, I am misremembering, since he only talks about if support doubles should be mandatory or not. In fact, in the sequence he gives, it is clear that he IS playing support doubles in a ...
Definition of double, if it is not a support double?
I know that Rodwell invented support doubles. Originally to avoid playing in a 3-3 fit, though he has said he found them useful even after he stopped responding to 1 with a 3 card major. However, that was in a strong club context, when 17+ hands for opener was ...
Definition of double, if it is not a support double?
This is how I play it when I play support doubles as well. My questions were given that support doubles are not played (more specifically with double as takeout).
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