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Andrew Sinclair
Andrew Sinclair
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Member Since
April 25, 2016
Last Seen
Feb. 19
Member Type
bridge player

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Andreas Babsch's bidding problem: 43 AK987 A76 AJ8
I can’t get to 1NT unless I open it. I also might shut out spades if I open 1NT. If I open 1H I have no good rebid over 1S or 1NT. If my 2C rebid is corrected to 2H, will I bid 2NT?
Marion Gebhardt's bidding problem: AK874 AQ82 A43 8
Why did I open 1?
1NT opening 15-17
@Thomas If my partner opens 1NT with xx in clubs, if I have a hand like xxx, xxxx, xx, KJxx then we're probably in an ok spot. When I have Kxxx, Jxxx, xxx, xx then I'll bid 2C and we can get to at least a 4-3 fit ...
1NT opening 15-17
Thomas, when my partner opens 1NT and I have a weak hand with trouble in clubs, then I have garbage Stayman available.
Tomaz Adamic's bidding problem: x x J9xx JT9xxxx
If I lose 8 tricks and go down 4 doubled the opponents were probably making 1430. Probably even if I go down 3 doubled. Even if partner bumps up the preempt a level or two it’s most likely a good save. Passing with this is telling the opponents that ...
BW 2/1: Opener's 2M Rebid
As a 100 MP player I prefer the Schuler Shift. But if partner won't agree to that, 2M should promise 6. Either we make it simple, or we don't. Isn't playing the Schuler Shift infinitely more simple and doesn't it require much less judgement that our ...
Thoughts on a convention?
1-2-3 is a jump (though not JS) and 1-2-3 is a JS.
David Hankins's bidding problem: A4 J985 J3 AK642
What is he thinking about?
He's trying to figure out what suit preference signal to give.
What is the best line to make 6D?
Top three hearts. If hearts are 3-3, you draw the last trump. If hearts are not, you are there if long hearts are with long trumps. If not, you ruff the fourth heart and fall back on the club finesse. edit: Maybe you should check for a singleton Q offside ...

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