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Walter Schmid
Walter Schmid
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Dec. 17, 2016
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Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: KQJx Jx AQJxx Tx
If West had 4 spades, it would be mandatory for him to bid Spades even with zero HCP, so West may want to defend. If I bid again it will be 3D.
Marc LaChapelle's lead problem: AJ9 xxx xxx Jxxx
A Lightner Double calls for the lead of the first suit bid by the dummy. If partner wanted a Spade lead, he would not have to double because I had the Ace of Spades in my hand until he doubled. How would his double ever call for a heart lead?
Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: K8 J8654 KQ9 872
What is the minimum and what is the maximum hand that West could have for his bidding? If West's overcall followed by double shows 20 HCP, then I would vote for 3NT. Could West's double be penalty?
Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: K8 J8654 KQ9 872
I was referring to Overcalls. I thought Goren taught that overcalls at the 1 level required (7 to 15 HCP) but I never read where the exception to the rule would have a maximum of 20 HCP. So that is new to me but I can see the point. I ...
Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: K8 J8654 KQ9 872
West didn't double (1D) so his hand is limited to (15 HCP). West didn't make a Michael's Cue bid either and (KQX) in diamonds can't be a great feature. West might have doubled with (5 spades) and (4 hearts). So (3H) would be the limit for ...
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AT93 65 JT984 94
My Mistake: South Hand: KJXXX H: AKTXXX D: QX C: VOID
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AT93 65 JT984 94
Please explain. How should South bid this hand?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: AT93 65 JT984 94
South's Hand: S:AJXXX H: AKTXXX D: QX C: VOID South should have bid (4C) over East's (3C) pre-empt but decided to double to show (Hearts) and (Spades). 5H went down two while (5S) makes if North plays for the 2-2 Spade break. Does Michael's Cue bid ...
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: 6 QT9873 4 AQT98
I still would like to see the complete bidding sequence if south responds (2H) or (2D) over (2C). Would they get to slam or not?
Peter Hasenson's bidding problem: --- A986 AKJT6 AQ82
I have to agree with (2D). North could have 4 small spades. Hearts has many losers. Clubs is no better. North is likely to have half the missing HCP which is (5).
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