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Walter Schmid
Walter Schmid
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Dec. 17, 2016
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Nov. 22
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Walter Schmid's bidding problem: 975 --- AQ AKT98543
1NT was 15 to 17 HCP balanced 4C was Gerber asking for Aces 4S was 2 Aces 5C was asking for Kings 5H was 1 king 6C was asking for extra tricks like AKQ of spades would yield (1 extra trick). The Queen being the extra trick that South need ...
Winston Chang's bidding problem: Q8 T97652 K43 T7
I would think that if game can be made with this garbage hand, partner should have bid (4H). Partner could have this hand: S: AXXX H: KQXX D: AXX C: KQ Losers: 1 spade, 1 heart, 1 diamond, 1 club.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: 975 --- AQ AKT98543
South Hand: S: AKQ8 H: A982 D: 43 C: QXX Over (5C) could South show (2 Kings) treating (QS) as a (King)?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: 975 --- AQ AKT98543
Would a transfer to clubs followed by (4H*) as exclusion blackwood be a better bid?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: K87 A5 KJ87532 J
At one table South jumped to 3D over 1NT and West doubled for stolen bid and East passed and South made 5D. Bridge can have bizarre results.
Walter Schmid's lead problem: K87 A5 KJ87632 J
Thanks Richard, I just figured it out.
Walter Schmid's lead problem: K87 A5 KJ87632 J
How do I change it?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: K87 A5 KJ87532 J
North should have doubled to show defensive values. Then south might bid 4S knowing that E-W might make game. Actually, South led the (KS) right into the AQJ in the East hand and East discarded two diamond losers in dummy and made (4H). Down two would not be a good ...
Walter Schmid's lead problem: K87 A5 KJ87632 J
I clicked on the (JC) but the computer chose the (KD) by mistake. So my vote was (JC).
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: JT98 AKJ3 9 AKxx
was North correct to pass (1S) with (16 HCP)?
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