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Wayne Burrows
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It is a huge leap from an answer that causes declarer to misguess a suit to the defender has lied.
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I would think that most serious partnerships discuss lead tendencies. If not then those partnerships are not exploiting very strong inferences from knowing your partner's lead style.
One Hand, two plays - Loser on Loser and a Crocodile Coup
I was just being dismissive of those results as I wanted to concentrate on the play at this table. At four of the five tables where 4 was the final contract, that is except the Chinese table where the auction was uncontested, north had made a takeout double and ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: AQ7 Q4 AQ985 A96
Double shows extra values but not the extra distribution or enough strength required to bid at the five level or above. It does not bar partner from bidding. It is encouraging if he has extra distribution or enough extra values to think there might be a slam. It does not ...
One Hand, two plays - Loser on Loser and a Crocodile Coup
whoops thanks
One Hand, two plays - Loser on Loser and a Crocodile Coup
I think the queen is right. Partner can't really have the A singleton and defend this way. If partner has the jack it does not matter what you do. If declarer has the jack then if he has the ace he was probably going to take the finesse. If ...
One Hand, two plays - Loser on Loser and a Crocodile Coup
Yes there are other lines for the defence. The J only contributed to the misdefence there were other factors. Thanks.
One Hand, two plays - Loser on Loser and a Crocodile Coup
Damn. Thanks.
How should the director rule
"3C was alerted as showing both majors. (which apparently was a correct systemic explanation, however West forgot the system and actually had a seven card club suit) 4C was explained as showing a very big hand, still with the majors 5C was explained as looking like he actually has had ...
2H means?
It certainly seems like north would raise if south had shown diamonds.
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