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Troels Bjerre
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ATB: In competition, how much do you need to support partner's 2-level overcall?
3H could be for the lead with minimum spade support.
Pete Marvin's bidding problem: Q95 AK853 J954 9
I would rather open this than the balanced 11 HP hands every expert seems to open. This hand rates just over 11 point, so open to avoid later problems. It is after all a 7 looser hand.
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: J854 K53 KQ7432 ---
1 is better than 2. In fact 1 is about 11-12 hp.
Ray Yuenger's bidding problem: K5 KT874 8 KT543
Bad fit for 3NT.
David Parsons's bidding problem: 4 QT982 83 86542
And if we succeed they think we are cheating.
Steve Zolotow's bidding problem: QJT6 Q3 KQ4 KQT9
Yes, there is nothing wrong with 1S, you can bid 3NT next - and, if you like, 2D over 2C, planning to bid 3C next. This hand is not slam material, so 2NT is also a fine bid. I really do not see any value in bidding 2C, but when Rodwell ...
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: 7 QJ5 AKQT973 Q3
I see from the comments that you are not used to fighting a weak 1NT. When you have 14 HP and a strong suit, doubling is imperative. Otherwise partner will never know what you got. 3D looks good, but what does it show? Certainly not a running 7 card suit ...
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: 943 A3 9842 AT42
I would bid 2NT - forcing in my view, showing diamond support, being a passed hand. If partner does not like it, 3D must be bid.
Barry Plotkin's bidding problem: T96 AJ2 K5 K9532
If partner bids 3NT, it will be a fine contract. Otherwise pass to 3S. Whats wrong with that?
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: AJT65 742 AQ5 A9
Funny. I would have thought that doubling is complete madness. 4S or pass. You dont hide a five card major.

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