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Dennis Dewit
Dennis Dewit
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May 22, 2016
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Gazzilli
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Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: 9 AKJT QT853 T94
If partner understands the frequency of hands in bridge, he will likely not agree to play this double as penalty unless East is a known mental patient. His arguments: - Hands like the one above are pretty common. Since West doesn't promise more than a yarborough, East's bidding only ...
Finn Kolesnik's bidding problem: ATx AKQ Txx KQT9
Why would a strong club improve prospects? In standard, partner at least knows in this sequence that opener's dbl is usually a strong unbalanced hand with 5+. In precision, opener can have any 5 card suit for his dbl and I guess even more balanced ranges.
Reverse Finesse
Glad that West still led a diamond after East forgot to double 3, else we didn't get to see this transfer squeeze.
1NT - 3M
Jumping around is not my idea of a good slam sequence. A cuebid or 4NT does not specify a minor suit. All these options kill a keycard ask.
1NT - 3M
Not knowing the longer minor is usually not a problem. Opener only bids 4m with 4+m and reluctance for 3NT. I never heard of this being non-forcing. Sounds like that puts a lot of guessing work towards slam when opener has a nice fitting hand.
Pete Marvin's bidding problem: 762 K7 AKQT5 KQ9
Easy pass. Partner shouldn't have 3 keycards and the queen of trumps
ATB
But can East be certain that West does not have Axx KQx AKQJxx x?
2H means?
It shows INV+ values, either a balanced hand or with diamonds. That's why North didn't bid 3.
A Bridge Swifty
"You went down in that cold slam?", asked Tom upset.
A Bridge Swifty
"Partner, just play a diamond!", said Tom clear-cut.
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