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Deb Paul
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How does one go about it?
Also Mike has suggested a slightly different approach which definitely has its advantages.
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Certainly playable and seems to have more layers and Avoids ambiguity And should reach 7h using these methods.
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I see a lot of merit in the sequences outlined by you and one should be able to navigate ones way to the right contract . A question I have posed to David also who has as have you advocated the use of 4nt as a slam try rather than rkc ...
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I can certainly see the merit of using 4nt as a slam try. Would you use it in this sequence for a slam try with trumps being ambiguous or only for the last bid suit in this case hearts?
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Steve whileI am pretty much in agreement that a swing at six hearts is not such a bad idea a one heart bid would have worked out much better.
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The first tank was after the six heart bid and was by the partner which definitely indicated spade void.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: --- AQJ63 K4 AQT642
I tend to agree with Richard here on both counts. Imo he should bid 4nt rkc if he has slam interest with a shortage in spades. Having not done so 6h would indicate that he assumes partner has the shortage. A pass of 6spafes would be a grand slam try.
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This assumes 5h is forcing in this sequence. Is that given?
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What would be blackwood if 4nt is not?
A hand of yore
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