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Dave Beer
Dave Beer
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April 14, 2015
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Bridge Player
United States of America

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Jarek Langer's bidding problem: Q85 K94 T6543 AJ
With your moved around hand I would make a fit non-jump of 4.
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: AKQJT4 T9 K5 J42
@Barry: On the actual auction I play that 3 is a signoff. How does opener with a minimum reverse bid 3NT when I could have KT9xxxx and out? In some partnerships I could bid 5 (Supergerber) over 3NT to ask for aces if that was all I wanted ...
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: AKQJT4 T9 K5 J42
@Paul: I think that 4 is the least of evils at this point but partner won't play you for spades this good since you didn't bid 3 on the 2nd round.
Bob Okker's bidding problem: AK43 QJ32 A97 KT
See also [url=]Dutch Spiral[/url]
The hand first appeared in [url=]Challenge the WC quarterfinalists' declaring skills[/url] and that one is still there. There was a second one that was deleted after being flagged. More details are in [url=]Where is that ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: JT75 --- AKQJ5 AKJ5
Or even 4 instead of 2.
How far do you have to go in "protecting" your opponents?
LAW 20 - REVIEW AND EXPLANATION OF CALLS .. F. Explanation of Calls .. 5. (a) A player whose partner has given a mistaken explanation may not correct the error during the auction, nor may he indicate in any manner that a mistake has been made. ‘Mistaken explanation’ here includes failure to alert ...
David Sackett's bidding problem: JT8432 8432 --- K64
If I don't have a way to ask for 5-card majors I ignore hearts and get to game in spades without making mild slam try. For purposes of the poll I have assumed that 4 is Texas.
considerably worse than trivial
If you don't define 0! as 1 then n! = n * (n-1)! doesn't work for n = 1.
considerably worse than trivial
@Richard: 7-4-2-0, e.g. AKQJ987-T654-32, which adds another 168 possible hands.
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