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Ambrose Mackie
Ambrose Mackie
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Member Since
Feb. 26, 2013
Last Seen
51 minutes ago
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Bridge Player
United Kingdom

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One way reverse Drury, Weak 2D, support doubles
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I think this is the wrong conclusion. What needs to change is not the timing of the question but the stigma around the answer. The defending partnership should simply have a truthful line ready for for this question and use it every time it is asked. E.g. "All things ...
Meaning of Double Jump Cue Bid
Same as Frances. Thought it was normal.
Mindful revoke
"What baffles me, after reading the Mindless Revoke thread elsewhere, is why you would play any other way." I think a fair few people on the other thread were clear on why they might behave differently.
Opponents remind you of your own failure to alert -- AI or UI?
Was it alerted and explained or simply alerted?
Opponents remind you of your own failure to alert -- AI or UI?
Completely agree with Mike. If the opponent doesn't ask and so do not learn the true agreement, they are already protected by the laws. But if we make the information UI then it will become best strategy to ask about every single unalerted bid the opponets make which is ...
Dominating Shift
This is what I thought as well. Or maybe he is giving reverse remainder count. Kit remarked in the article: "If partner had J10xx of spades he wouldn't have played the jack of spades on the second round, since your ♠8 would have been sufficient to force an honor ...
Petter Bengtsson's bidding problem: AKT4 8 AKT AK854
You almost had me convinced as it could be quite a nice safety play in case p has had to bid 1S on a three card suit but yes I think at this vul the pros don't quite outweigh the cons.
Petter Bengtsson's bidding problem: AKT4 8 AKT AK854
Atb on a missed slam
I would certainly pull a double of 4S (especially as I usually play double as basically takeout here). You have 6-7 offensive tricks and only 2-3 defensive tricks.
Atb on a missed slam
4NT is not ambiguous here. All blame to East

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