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Christopher Diamond
Christopher Diamond
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Member Since
July 5, 2015
Last Seen
13 hours ago
Member Type
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Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AKQT65 K5 A954 5
I have no idea what it has to do with this problem. But from the EBU site. "Norman learnt bridge at the age of 14 and was taught mainly by a player called Paul Gordon, whose better half Fritzi was half of the best women’s pair of all time ...
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: J654 6 A652 KJT4
Probably better. :-)
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: 9 87432 6 AT6542
I still grind my teeth at "semi forcing". "1NT inquiring"?
Marley Cedrone's bidding problem: K7 9842 KQT4 AT3
OK, you're followed. And it's great to see people your age playing bridge. :-) But work hard in school.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: AQT --- KT8643 AKQ8
Glad to see you got a short sentence, for whatever it was Eric. :-) I don't think it suggests my suit is better than his. I think it is exploratory and forcing (in this case, obviously, a GF). I'd expect him to emphasize a good (for a second seat ...
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: AQT --- KT8643 AKQ8
Sometimes with the terrible heart suit he has diamond cards too. And he can actually have a good heart suit that he'll default to over 4D. With the same suits as Keiran's and QJx of diamonds we'll have a play for 5D. With these cards, we're ...
Standard Definition of a Limit Raise Response to a Major Suit opening
There's invitations these days at IMP's. At MP's or BAM in an era of light openers I'm guessing a LR shows some outside defensive values since most 9 card fits are going to end up at the 3 level anyway. I was actually going to post ...
What's partner trying to signal ? - Part I
Was H2 a count card?
Christopher Diamond's bidding problem: 72 A3 AQT9865 KT
I was waiting patiently for the Hamman answer. 3NT was actually the only making game with the spade ace and diamond jack opposite. The opponents are still likely to bid 4H. I was going to repost it after 3S-4H-P-P. But I guess I've blown that now. :-)
Dan Wilderman's bidding problem: J975 A4 JT953 87
A kind of interesting problem. Not a big fan of support doubles in non big club systems. This seems to be another reason why....explore a spade fit. Find a spade fit of sorts and then raise the opening suit. Is it, as here, a sign off (if that's ...

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