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Tom Edwards
Tom Edwards
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Member Since
March 20, 2011
Last Seen
Jan. 25
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David Boxley's bidding problem: A5 AQT72 T75 A92
In most of my partnerships, I'd bid 3 because we play nebulous 2 and 2/1 would show 5+ diamonds.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: 6 QJ975 KT3 AT62
I'd bid 3 intending to convert partner's 3 to 4, in tempo.
John Torrey's bidding problem: A9875 J KQ742 AJ
I'm in a distinct minority, but I'm for Double. I'm assuming we are playing Equal Level Conversion so that I can convert 3 to 3 without showing extras. Not sure if ELC qualifies as a "special agreement" or not.
D22FORUM w/Swanson Solvers
Thanks for posting this. Some good stuff, especially the Swanson forum.
Tom Edwards's bidding problem: Q43 Q3 AKQ AQ953
For what it's worth, partner's hand was K9xxx Kxxx xxx x. 4 is a poor contract that happens to make when J10 are doubleton.
BLASS Wins Soloway
I agree with David. Jacek Kalita's play of 4S on Board 23 is my nomination for Hand of the Year.
Ercan Cem's bidding problem: A Q7 AK AT987643
All bids are very imperfect. I think there's something to be said for bidding 5. Bid what you think you can make.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: 732 J87532 7 JT7
It seems very likely that opener will rebid 2 and I'll have another chance to bid hearts.
Tom Edwards's bidding problem: KJ62 KT765 --- AKQT
Opening 1NT=14-16
UDCA and Smith
David, you may well be describing the way Smith was originally suggested by I.G. Smith. I don't know. It seems to me to have some of the elements of what I know of as Modified Smith. In his 1995 book, “Defensive Signals,” Marshall Miles suggested an improvement to ...

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