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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Jan. 19, 2011
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Jon Derrick's bidding problem: Kx Kxxx K9x QTxx
4 was a massive overbid already.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: J4 AJ983 A653 86
Maybe, but hard to constructa hand worthy of a 2 opening missing AK.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: J4 AJ983 A653 86
Opposite a 2 opener that rebid spades twice, it is inconceivable not to bid at least 6 with 2 Aces and Jx support.
Advanced safety plays
Spade 9 and then hearts. Hopefully declarer will play me for 2722 and try to drop my Qx of .
Precision interference
Takeout of spades.
Precision "Pass and Pull" (part three)
Maybe I am missing something, but if two places to play would pass and then bid 5 over X, then you have no one suited slam try other than a direct 6 right?
Elke Weber's bidding problem: KQ987 KJT72 JT5 ---
I actually like your auction at the table although it was not successful. Bidding 3 over 2 gives East a cheap second bid and might let them judge how high to bid. Further Kxx of clubs does not look very promising on offense anyway so I would not ...
Precision "Pass and Pull" (part three)
With a self-sufficient suit I suspect that South will bid hearts 100% of the time. Getting to a marginal slam after a strong club when the opponents preempt to the 5 level is a price to pay when playing strong club, I would not worry that much about it ...
Stuff about appeals that some people may find boring
I dont know any pair who does not play 2 as pass or correct in this sequence. However it is not a secret that multi is not so popular in the US, so a different agreement is by no means impossible. If 2 is natural, then East's ...
Transfer Lebensohl!?
I like 3 as a stop ask, and give up stayman. ( double for takeout with a 4card )
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