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For similar ideas, see Glen Ashton's ETM page at

http://www.bridgematters.com/gadget.htm
May 8, 2012
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I'm curious about follow-ups after the 1N-splinters b/c I'm sure they will be sensible and practical. But either my browser won't get to the content, or the content has not been posted, and I don't find it on LC's site either. Care to expound?
March 20, 2012
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Can't help it. Have K-S gene.

EDIT: oops, thought it was a 4H-5C thingie. Now that I see the pattern, I don't want to bid unless I'm playing weak NT, and I'm not; if the director makes me, I guess I'm for 2N, hating it.

Another question: Is this a strong C system–probably not, since 2S is not an option?
March 16, 2012
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When partner bid 2N Leb, s/he intends either to pass 3C, bid 3D or 3H to play or bid 3S (Stayman) or 3N showing or asking (which version are we playing? If Leb then 3S/3N is showing, 3D seems to makes no sense unless partner has a pure psych, so we must be playing asking). I have no interest in hearing any of this, so I'm not interested in playing 3C, 3H or 3N, so I have D like xx(x)-2-6-(2 or 3), probably xxx-2-6-2. Pass.
Feb. 14, 2012
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