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Walter Schmid
Walter Schmid
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Dec. 17, 2016
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Feb. 20
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Jim Houghton's bidding problem: AK432 Q8 QJ7 QT9
West Hand S:XXX H: A32 D: AK9843 C: 9 East Hand S: XXX H: XXXX D: XX C: AKXX 2D* bid and made. Isn't passing somewhat risky? What makes you think 2D will be defeated?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A54 3 AQJ9 AJ854
You are absolutely correct. I tried to publish this hand twice and got them both wrong. Sorry
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A54 3 AQJ9 AJ854
I see now that South could have opened 1C with the plan to reverse.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A54 3 AQJ9 AJ854
I would think that the (3H) cue-bid would be forcing to the four level and would show diamond support. I seldom cue-bid the enemy suit without support for partner's suit. I may be looking for a stopper in hearts. Sorry, there was a missing Pass.
Ronan Valentine's bidding problem: QJ654x AQ3 AJ3 7
Would like to see the North Hand.
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.
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