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Ulrich Voigt
Ulrich Voigt
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The nature of bridge probabilities 2
Incidentally, this hand is an excellent example of the point Roland was making in his article. If all we have is the information that West has four diamonds, Kelsey is right. However, we didn't obtain that information in a vacuum, so we have to solve a different mathematical problem ...
Hendrik Sharples's bidding problem: 76 AQJT QT7 8632
The only making game might be 4 in a 4-3 or even 4-2 fit.
dump bidding boxes - all in favour ?
Nobody stops you, or anyone else, from introducing rubber bridge to younger players. Why should we even think about banning duplicate?
dump bidding boxes - all in favour ?
When does "ban anything I personally don't like" ever improve something for the general population?
Eric Sieg's bidding problem: AT A4 AT8 QT9542
It's not clear at all who should play 3NT. Give partner Jxx and you would prefer to be declarer.
An Insufficent—Bidding Problem
There is a fine line between bridge logic and (implicit) agreements.
dump bidding boxes - all in favour ?
Silence? Have you ever been to a bridge club?
Trick One Defense
In the QJxx scenario, playing low might lose because you can't continue spades later on. If declarer holds Ax AKQx QJ10 AKxx, he might even make an overtrick, forcing you to give dummy the last two tricks.
An Insufficent—Bidding Problem
Something else: call the director. From the description it looks like a mechanical error by RHO (who intended to bid 2 all along), in which case the bidding simply continues after 1 - 2.
David Goldfarb's bidding problem: K964 AJ85 KT75 T
By not choosing one, I was showing both.
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