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Walter Lee
Walter Lee
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Jan. 18, 2013
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Spingold payout
The ACBL fixed it.
Earning your Average in Platinum Pairs
The endplay also requires LHO having AK of clubs which a few of us seem to have assumed at some point (including myself in the above calculations). I don't see how one can be sure of that at the table.
Earning your Average in Platinum Pairs
Presumably LHO is either 2443 or 3343. Note that LHO has Txx(x) of hearts which he could've chosen to lead from, so I'm skeptical of any lead inferences. If anything, the lead actually argues against him being 2443. The math is very close -- virtually tossup if you ...
I don't understand matchpoints
I don't understand matchpoints
Oops you are right. Bad math by me.
I don't understand matchpoints
To me it's clear to play a low diamond. Declarer's most likely shape is 5=3=3=2 and with three diamonds he's 5:2 to have Kxx as opposed to KQx, so unless he guesses diamonds more than 70% of the time I will come out ...
In the Well: Geoff Hampson
I'm amazed at this hand you played from 2014 USBC; Board 6 in the following vugraph: In the three card ending, how did you guess spades? On the surface it looked like ...
Showing a solid major as responder
As a matter of practicality I would ask isn't this a push anyways? IMO creating special agreements to out-bid the field in post mortem is not a good way to improve results. The problem is whatever you use to describe this hand perfectly for this layout, it will be ...
losing in the Vanderbilt part deux
IMO from partner's side it is clear that declarer has 6+ diamonds and that you have 4+ clubs, and declarer probably has Ax or Kx of clubs, and to beat the contract he needs declarer to have KT, K7, or K2. To give up on KT is to give ...
Losing in The Vanderbilt
I forgot one possible shape: 2=3=6=2, which does not require a cashout but A would work much better than a low one.
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