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Ant Edwards
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Member Since
Jan. 22, 2011
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about me

UK player living in Australia.

United Kingdom

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Favorite Conventions
Fan of general agreements that might not be perfect everywhere, but can be understood in a variety of contexts.
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What's going on?
How about a delayed Western Cue: say a long-minor type hand too strong to overcall on the first round, now wanting to fish for a stopper for 3NT? To throw this undiscussed would be courageous.
Expert Defenses to Two-Suited Overcalls
Where cuebids are lower than the fourth suit, I'm a fan of the bidding the "fourth suit" to be a forcing fit showing bid (FNJ), with the "fourth suit" cue as the only way to show the suit on its own.
2H means?
Strong hands with diamonds?
Hands with strong diamonds and a side 4-major are troublesome to bid. I, and many people I know, play 2-2;3M for these hands. A coded follow-up bid to agree the major below 4M is useful.
Proposing a Simple Rule for Good-Bad 2NT
Not what was asked, but I like opener's G/B 2NT bid to be good in partner's suit / bad in your own / bad in another. This way a direct raise of responder's suit is competitive, and 2NT... new action that can't be bad implies a fit ...
Couch surfing
Yup, according to "our" rule, it is.
Couch surfing
I like t/o at the 1-level, to play at the 2-level. Simple to remember and isn't terrible in either.
Measuring Deductive Reasoning
This is very close to my research area (tertiary mathematics education). I highly recommend you check out the following book: Inglis, M., & Attridge, N. (2017). Does Mathematical Study Develop Logical Thinking?: Testing the Theory of Formal Discipline. World Scientific. In its appendices is a variety of logical / deductive reasoning tasks ...
Nabil Edgtton's bidding problem: x KTx KTxxx JTxx
Opponent's system is a standard-ish base?
When two cue bids are available
There is no general rule for all sequences. On (1x)-p-(1y)- sequences such as the one you gave, it is very common to play both 2x and 2y as natural. When you are "deeper" in the auction, it is - I believe - most common for cuebids in opponents' suits to ...

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