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Chris Derrick
Chris Derrick
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July 29, 2013
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English Junior U25

PhD Student in Developmental Biology, Sheffield University, UK

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Chris Derrick's bidding problem: A K97 AK84 AKT76
Yes, says so in blurb
Systemic lead from doubleton w/ two touching honors
Against suit contracts I have the explicit agreement that leading the Queen denies the King
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: 653 QJ6 AT63 952
We both agreed that X could not want a club, whether that is right or wrong I've no idea.
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: A K97 AK84 AKT76
In my other regular partnership 1 is semi-forcing as Frances describes above.
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: 653 QJ6 AT63 952
This was my exact thinking at the table. And the question we discussed at the end of the hand was how often it is right to double.
Super-accepting after 1NT opener
1N - 2R: 2M+1 (same as 2R+2) : Max, 4-card support, either a trick source in oM or no trick source 3M: Min. 4-card support Else: Max. 4-card support, trick source here Retransfers for all of the above 3M-1: does not exist so we can always retransfer 1N - 2 ...
Chris Derrick's bidding problem: 8 96 QJ762 AQT63
Thanks all. This was actually a UI situation, as I thought, PASS is not a clear LA!
GF relays in Transfer Walsh
1) Never played a relay here but after 1 - 1 - 2, 2M is GF semi-natural (and FG hands having gone through 1 are similar to Frances's above) 1 - 1, 2 plus are all artificial 2) 1 - 1R - 1M has a variety ...
Another 1!h-1!s question
2N F1 relay, 2 invitational 6.
Alan Shillitoe's bidding problem: JT763 K9 K7642 6
If I could invite and show diamonds I would consider it but only vuln. If I have to invite by bidding 2N, I would rather throw up (i.e. pass) at all vuln. maybe FG if losing the match and vuln. If I could have invited by being able to ...

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