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Wendelin Albert
Wendelin Albert
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Playing Count as the primary signal on Partner's leads
So you dont give count as primary signal?
Playing Count as the primary signal on Partner's leads
Forcing to think isnt bad in itself. But you have confused me. Why does it forces you to think? Isn't it usually fairly easy to decide how many pieces you have in the suit?
Lin Li's bidding problem: 7432 K9 T87 AKQ2
Yes, but why didnt you bid 2 the last time? Raising with 3 ist not always such a good idea.
Lin Li's bidding problem: 7432 K9 T87 AKQ2
Raising to 4 seems easy then.
Playing Count as the primary signal on Partner's leads
I know a lot use count as primary signal. I only like that if the opponents do it. I flatly refuse to give count in almost all situations.
when you, as opening bidder, have a 3-suited hand, you have shown two of them, and responder bids 4th suit forcing in your 3rd suit. What to do?
I would have opened the west hand with 1 too. After the 1 answer, you could bid 1NT or 2. I prefer the latter. As I never raise spades with only 3, responder is encouraged to repeat a 5 card spade suit over 1NT and I dont ...
Do you play Drury?
Drury is one of the few conventions I really like. I never understood how anyone prefers not to play it. It is nice to see some reasons from Randy here. Of course, most of them are imho not valid. The 1st isnt even a reason. The 2nd is a reason ...
Three-card raises--- are they automatic?
If you dont understand what I am talking about, why do you give comments with no sense at all?
Three-card raises--- are they automatic?
Its not so complitated. Just imagine you use 2 treatment in a special situation. One gives you 8 good and 2 bad scores every 10 times you use it. The other 6 good and 4 bad scores. I use in the same situation 2 different treatments. One give me 7 ...
Three-card raises--- are they automatic?
You can rebid 2. That might not be best, but usually nothing bad happens.
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