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Tom O'Reilly-Pol
Tom O'Reilly-Pol
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Member Since
Jan. 31, 2012
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Favorite Bridge Memory
Every time a squeeze comes together
ACBL Ranking
Bronze Life Master
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I can't think of a hand North could have that has a 4cM.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AKJ3 J9 Q3 AKQJ9
For 5NT to make any sense, 4NT must have been straight blackwood. Partner has the AK and AK. Howver, we don't know about the Q, Q, or if partner even has 3. We likely have a slam, but this was the wrong way to do this. If ...
Johan Karlsson's bidding problem: AQ7 --- K98 AKQJT96
Am I supposed to want to be in 3NT when they have 5 quick red tricks?
Todd Holes's bidding problem: AQT86 KQ975 3 AJ
Jx Jx KQxxx xxxx is far from the worst hand partner could have, and you want to force to game?
I would've posted this as the bidding problem it is.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: AQ872 763 --- KQJ95
If that's the hand, they're cold for 5. I'm passing, hoping the auction dies in a partscore, with one opponent having mildly underbid. I'll bid 4/4 and maybe 5/5.
Yet another Jacoby 2nt ATB
Had to abstain. This is mostly just unlucky with the shape duplication.
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: 84 7 QT765 KJT75
Finding a new partner?
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: QT6 AKJT953 7 AK
I'm not sure I like that. I think that leaping to 4 sets trump. As pointed out above, maybe your hand should've bid 5 initially, and, failing that, passed 4, trusting partner to have good enough .
Chin Huang's bidding problem: J QJ984 KQ963 A9
Why didn't we just X or bid 2 last round?

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