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Ben Green
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USBF Invitational 1: My adventures on BBO part 2
Nice hand. Crazy X, got what it deserved.
Do you open either of these hands?
see my point upthread.
Do you open either of these hands?
I don't think so no. Perhaps more common in the US?
Do you open either of these hands?
I would open both. Playing standard methods would probably include Drury so if one were to pass these hands then one would have to play 1M P 3C (as a passed hand) as natural and invitational. If not then this hand becomes unbiddable.
What does this cue-bid mean?
Inventing a club suit? 2 would be natural and to play, it's not a hand that's looking for game.
What does this cue-bid mean?
I don't agree with the following, 'If you think about it, there is really only one hand type that does not know the best strain, and that is a good hand with 6 (or 7) spades.' How are you planning to bid with 54 in the majors and an ...
Roland Wald R.I.P.
So shocked to hear the sad news. It was only last week that we were messaging and Roland graciously gave me permission to use one of his articles as a basis for one of mine. I knew he would say yes, as he was such a kind and generous person ...
Michael Christensen's lead problem: J9 JT543 QT62 52
I agree, I think East is a big favourite to hold spades.
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: KQ2 3 T732 QT852
Playing 1m 2H as 3 way is fine if the opponents don't bid. But it can be tricky if they do. I play 1m 2NT as 0-6 and 1m 3m as 7-9.
Deb Dhar's bidding problem: KQ2 3 T732 QT852
As I understand it, it is less than a limit raise. With specific parameters to be agreed.
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