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Andrew Sinclair
Andrew Sinclair
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April 25, 2016
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How should these hands be bid playing 2/1 GF?
If 3 asks for a stopper, then South should be able to deduce from North's 3NT bid that North has Qxx. South can then bid 4 to set clubs as trump and let the bidding go from there.
Jarek Langer's bidding problem: Q85 K94 T6543 AJ
Not quite good enough for 3. With the honors moved around like xxx, K9x, AQJ10x, xx it might get there.
Daniel Bako's bidding problem: AT AKQT952 864 K
2 says to partner this is our hand on power. That’s not what we have here.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q8 752 KT654 965
A cellphone would be pretty useless in a cave. No reception.
How do you ask for aces?
I would play 4 asks for key cards in clubs, 4 asks for key cards in hearts.
Bill Segraves's bidding problem: K975 J AK862 K86
3 doesn’t stop partner from bidding 3. Then 4 by us should show our hand.
MI (?) Ruling
Also, I do not agree with your assertion that "Had double been alerted, and a David Burn explanation of "we don't know what we're doing, but amongst the possibilities are spades, not spades, and values" South would still have bid 3, and North would have bid 4 ...
MI (?) Ruling
When did East and West offer their opinions on what the double could mean? Was it during the auction? If there were no questions from North or South during the auction, what could possible be construed as misinformation? The lack of an alert? Shouldn't there be an easy reference ...
2-way NMF treatment, please?
This one by Gavin Wolpert is good:
After a troublesome negative double
This poll needs an "Other" option. What if I don't like any of your ideas?

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