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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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May 28, 2017
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Malcolm Pryor's bidding problem: --- T652 KT9863 T76
Strange really when I first played after intervention double was penalty from either side and pass showed a desire to bid but nothing obvious to bid. On this hand I would bid 3 because I am not desperate to defend 2 doubled. I know things have changed nut ...
Malcolm Pryor's bidding problem: --- T652 KT9863 T76
I get that but partner has bid 5--my guess is they will be bidding 6/7 spades whatever I do. FWIW I would have bid 3 over 2.
Malcolm Pryor's bidding problem: --- T652 KT9863 T76
If you are bidding on I cannot see there is a problem with 5, it might be what partner needs.
2 parter
Maybe I am alone but 3 seems better advised than 3.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AT5 --- AJ8532 KT97
I think 3 would have been a better choice than 3. But as things are I cannot bring myself to bid 3nt.
Eli Jolley's bidding problem: AKJT82 AT987 T J
Dan your idea might work but maybe artner will play you for more? I bid 4s in case partner is 2-2.
David Patterson's bidding problem: --- AJT986 AKQJT96 ---
Richard I certainly do not care or I would not try 6- in my view I think it best.
David Patterson's bidding problem: --- AJT986 AKQJT96 ---
who cares? I already suggested I pay to that.
Is this forcing? (Basic stuff)
Well Ian you sure had the old farts brigade lining up to take shots, myself included.
David Patterson's bidding problem: --- AJT986 AKQJT96 ---
Richard I do know it will be harder for them over 6. I have also seen a 6 bid psyched once, where a top class player at red of course was faced with a 4414 11 count after 1 6. I think it a practical bid ...
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