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Dan Zagorin
Dan Zagorin
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Sept. 18, 2010
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Sept. 20
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Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 9854 72 AKJT6 A6
4nt over 1sp
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 9854 72 AKJT6 A6
This sequence shows 5hts
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 9854 72 AKJT6 A6
Kx akqxx qx kxxx is a typical hand. You know partner has 5 hts you need something better than 2 small here to go.
David Caplan (1964-2019) - Our Story
A beautiful story. Thanks for sharing
Eli Jolley's bidding problem: AKJT82 AT987 T J
I agree with Steve. If you start with 4d then bid 4s over 4hts you get your suits involved and probably will get you to the right strain as long as you don’t get too high
Eli Jolley's bidding problem: ATxx Kx xxxx Kxx
I think it is very close. With the j of spades I would bid 5cl
Mike Edwards's bidding problem: QJ32 AQ 93 AQ753
2nt I bet will put more than anything else. Partner almost surely doesn’t Have a trap pass and either they may not lead diamonds or they might be Blocked. If you dbl all continuations are flawed.
Ventin and Pacareu Win Wernher
Congrats
Max Schireson's bidding problem: AT J83 AKQ75 Q52
The ten of spades makes passing 3nt enticing but so many hands 4hts is better and when in doubt do what the majority of the field will do
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AKQ9 AKQT54 T AT
Pass and bidding 5hts doesn’t show doubt about strain to me It shows a better hand. I think it is close between just bidding 5hts and pass and pull. I would pass and pull if I thought partner And I were on the same page. I don’t think ...
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