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Wayne Burrows
Wayne Burrows
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Jan. 7, 2011
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Nov. 12
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Can he or can't he?
Not necessarily a flaw Ed. I think there is a serious problem with being allowed to delay the game by holding a card face up.
How many infractions did EW commit?
West's play of the K is not carefully avoiding taking any advantage from the UI. While it turns out that in most cases the defence here does not matter. The switch to K is in the first instance seemingly based on the UI. I know there have been some ...
How many infractions did EW commit?
L73C Player Receives Unauthorized Information from Partner 1. When a player has available to him unauthorized information from his partner, such as from a remark, question, explanation, gesture, mannerism, undue emphasis, inflection, haste or hesitation, an unexpected alert or failure to alert, he must carefully avoid taking any advantage from ...
4NT Natural
"How do you bid a balanced slam-try after 1♠-2♥;3♦" I have the specific agreement that over 4th suit any NT bid is quantitative and a NT bid by the fourth suit bidder is quantitative. I see no reason for this to vary on the particular auction you show ...
4NT Natural
It seems to me that a hand suitable for key card is very unlikely by the weak hand in the second auction.
The Language of Bridge by Kit Woolsey
"until fairly recently, for example, 1 was considered prime." Not in my experience in my lifetime.
Bid this grand
North dealer. 1 1 2 2 - fourth suit GF 4 7 - 4 is extra strength and distribution. South dealer. 1 2 3 4 5 5 exclusion, 1 or 4 5NT 7
Wayne Burrows's bidding problem: K92 AJT73 65 K76
For many 2 is game forcing. I would be interested in hearing from those who play that way and what they would bid given that the majority vote so far is for 2 which some might have rejected immediately because it is game forcing.
Wayne Burrows's bidding problem: K92 AJT73 65 K76
Maybe in an ideal world. In the real world sometimes we play systems we are not familiar with or with partner's we are unfamiliar with. In those cases it may be necessary to judge what to do without firm agreement. Many bidding problems are as you describe where the ...
Wayne Burrows's bidding problem: K92 AJT73 65 K76
2/1 system with strong no trump.
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