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Brian Davies
Brian Davies
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Sept. 17, 2015
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Marten La Haye's bidding problem: AJ4 QT72 K5 AKQ3
This would have been useful information to have posted initially as voters will assume a penalty double in the absence of any indications to the contrary. Under your scheme, East will more frequently be unable to stand the double and may have as much as six or seven HCPs. Now ...
Alexander Cook's bidding problem: --- KQ98752 QJ8642 ---
Three bidding polls running with a double void. Where do you guys play?
A hand from rubber bridge
Deleted - nonsense
Gábor Szőts's bidding problem: 742 963 AT QJ872
Are you leading on that assumption? Or making the natural club lead?
Jeff Ruben's bidding problem: --- AQ9752 J7 AK753
So will this: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/bidding-problem-2-twycmfawt1/
David Parsons's bidding problem: J9652 AT6 Q AKJT
I agree with you David. My post was in response to OP, not you (your post was not there when I composed mine). OP invites us to "Bid 7♥ if you would have bid 4♠ directly rather than bid 3♥. Bid 7NT if you would not have passed 4♠, but ...
David Parsons's bidding problem: J9652 AT6 Q AKJT
What do I bid if I would have opened 1 at my first turn and none of my subsequent bids make any sense?
18-19 HCP for 2NT rebid - why?
Ray. We use a 4-point range 1NT rebid. Our structure is: 1NT 12-14 1NT rebid 15-18 2NT rebid 19-20 Multi 2, then 2NT 21-22 2 then 2NT 23-24 Easy! We even have a 2NT opening available to show 5-5 in the minors!
Is 4333 a semi-balanced distribution?
Frances: if tidying up, my personal opinion is that the definition if "balanced" is fine but I am much less keen on the definition of "semi-balanced" since it includes 7222 but excludes 4441. I think that the definition used for "a natural 1NT opener" is a good definition of "balanced ...
Ron Smith's bidding problem: QJT8764 QJ985 6 ---
Partner holds a fistful of clubs, so will pass 2. But partner would prefer that we pass 2.
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