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Troels Bjerre
Troels Bjerre
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March 21, 2013
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6 hours ago
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Doug Fjare's bidding problem: AQ7 A97 KJT632 6
The value of the hand is 16-17p. even before the fine spade fit. 6 losers. Nothing wrong with 3D, and 3S(!) is better than 2S, but unusual of course.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: KQJ6 AT9874 6 A8
You are right - 5 losers mean game should be bid.
Jeroen Wieland's bidding problem: 9732 QJT9 AJ KJT
It is worse: XX is a mistake.
Craig Zastera's bidding problem: KQJT72 Q2 9 J742
Trust the LTC - works almost all the time.
Hanoi Rondón's bidding problem: JT872 AQT985 A J
6-5 is always worth a reverse.
Steve Moese's bidding problem: KQT5 AK KJ83 T98
Deleted.
Burak Baskan's bidding problem: JTxxx --- KQTxxx AJ
By now 90 pct. for 4S - as I bid. But pass could easily be right.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: AK5 96 A95 K6543
I think it might help to use one of the popular rules here: to invite your number of points plus twice the number of cards in partners suit must be at least 20. That is, if I remember the rule correctly.
Alon Amsel's bidding problem: AQJ96 8 T6 AQ642
We have seen a similar problem not long ago. Far too many people doubled in my opinion.
What is the weaker call?
I would rather play that 3S shows 6. And it must be useful to agree on what "weaker" means in more precise terms.
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