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Dennis Dewit
Dennis Dewit
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Member Since
May 22, 2016
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3 hours ago
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Bridge Player
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Belgium

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Gazzilli
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Jim Priebe's bidding problem: 743 A8653 J AJ63
I think this hand is better than a pass on 2
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 85 A762 Q862 KJ6
5 may make and looks at most one down. 6 may make and looks at most one down.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: AQ32 J2 J2 KJ432
2, showing either a minimal hand or a GF hand with no other bid.
ATB playing 5m down when 3NT is much better
Or Kx Kxx QJxx xxxx. Good luck in 3NT.
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: J985 QJ8 J875 AJ
I'd expect a very offensive hand. Perhaps Qxxx - AKxxxx xxx if that is a first round pass in your style.
David Caprera's bidding problem: QJT2 KJ7 AKT2 K2
Double for me shows a hand with extras and no good bid, usually a hand too good to overcall 1NT. Sort of similar to (1m)-Dbl-(1M)-p-(2m/2M)-Dbl. In particular against precision 1 you have to be pragmatic and use Dbl for the majors (could have ...
Sebastian Kristensen's bidding problem: Q83 AKQ4 AQ3 K86
There are other options after double. If either opponent bids NT, we can double again. If N produces a support rdbl, it's not impossible that our partner finds a bid. And last, if N bids 2 we can also double again to find a playable spot at the ...
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: K9 2 AKJ42 AK652
There is not much use in 3 as a premature cue bid when double is available. It can however be preferable to play in spades with a 3055 shape.
ATB - Wrong contract
Many are saying "if North is bidding with his 3 points, surely dbl is better than 2". I would expect the average hand for dbl to have more points (and defense) than a 2 bid. South's double is take-out until proven otherwise and there is no urgence ...
A Squeeze On The Defensive Line
The analysis is incomplete yes. Your partner should have played a low club instead of the queen to prevent communication in clubs for the squeeze mentioned by Kieran. Also, double dummy the hand can always be made if declarer keeps 3 clubs and deblocks J. After A and diamond to ...
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