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Thanks. I want to know what is the meaning of “Points schmoints”?
Aug. 21
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Thank you, Fred. BBO you to start brought me into the wonderful world of bridge.
July 20
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Page 5:“There are more vacant spades in the East hand for diamond length.”

“Spades” seems to be “space” here?
July 8
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Is it same as 1-2-3?
April 15
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Hi Andrew,
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How do you define meaning of the 3?
April 13
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Eric, strong with maybe 6-3-2-2, no short major.
April 8
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The second doubling is a penalty doubling, but it is not an order. East has no defensive strength and only offensive strength, so he has to bid 4.
April 4
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Kit Woolsey? I like his article.
March 31
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Thank you Jake for your understanding
March 31
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I gave 2 different meanings to Google Translate, which gave me the same result.
March 31
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Yes, I should say it differently. My English is too bad, sorry.
March 31
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Your are right, it's my negligence.
March 28
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COG + Slam try but not in the suit partner just bid, see FB6-2017WBTC-TN-PO1#9, Andrew Robson and David Gold's 6
Feb. 14
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“I think it would show a more flexible hand, i.e. 3-card diamond support.”

Thank you kit. I have a question:

1 X 1NT 2
p 2

Do you mean the 2 in this auction shows 3-card diamonds support? if so, west only have 2-card diamonds, how should he call? If he pass, east will play 2 in 4-2 fit.
Dec. 2, 2018
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Maybe…I want to hear some ideas.
Oct. 26, 2018
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“And I fail to see why the poster is unwilling to accept that the results of his first poll were unsatisfactory.”

It is only because of I may not be clear in the first post.
Sept. 29, 2018
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I mean “double then bid a suit” is looking for fits on 2 suits(scrambling) or good one suit hand(GOSH).
Sept. 28, 2018
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Yes, I play it as ELC.
Sept. 27, 2018
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I play 4 as nature or FNJ.
Sept. 23, 2018
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In competition, our splinter raise not show slam interest and partner no bidding space to show extra.

In this deal, my biggest confusion is FP. Through your explanation, now I do know.

Thank you again.
Sept. 4, 2018
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