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Dick Yuen
Dick Yuen
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Jan. 18, 2013
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Oct. 19, 2018
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Symmetric Two-Bids (clubs and diamonds both strong and artificial)
I don't like the idea of waiting bid by a weak hand,just wasting a turn. I suggest after 2C strong opening,2D shows less than 9hcp but promises at least a king,ie 3-8 hcp,while 2H denies any A or K, all other responses are positive responses ...
What does this 4NT bid mean?
Quantitative? If 2NT open is defined as 20-21 hcp, use 4NT to differentiate 1 hcp ? What a waste !
Pushed them? Now sacrifice?
West has an automatic negative double at the first turn
Finding An Odds-On 7C Grand
HEre is my suggestion 1NT --- 2S. Minor suit stayman 3C --- 3H. 3C. Show 4+ club, 3H agrees club plus Q-bid A-H 3S --- 4D. All Q IDs 1st round control 4H --- 5NT. 4H shows K-H, 5Nt. Grand slam asking for clubs 7C not ice cold but a high % grand slam
the strong 2C opening, jacques Faure
I don't understand why the strong hand has to show instead of ask the weaker hand. Once you have announced you have a strong hand, your partner holding a weaker hand must tell you what he holds, rather than wasting a bid ( in your case, 2D waiting) . The stronger ...
Best Use of 2 Diamond Opening
I would suggest variable mini Roman for 2D, 44majors,stiff/void in a minor 11-15 hcp in 1st/2nd seat, 13-15 hcp in 3rd/4th seat And forgo weak-two opening completely, 2H is variable Flannery 4S-5H, same hcp requirement as variable mini-Roman 2S is variable reverse-Flannery 5S-4H, same hcp requirement ...
USA Wins World Youth Teams
This world championship is for the RosenbergS. Congratulation!
A 'Litmus' test of a Bidding System
Why look at the tree, and missing the forest
A 'Litmus' test of a Bidding System
Hi Dave, yes, one size cannot fit all, I agree. In your 1st case ,responder has Q diamond, and Q club.... My suggested approach to show honours after confirming less than a positive response Cannot find out the Q-length handily, but can identify which Q responder a big ...
A 'Litmus' test of a Bidding System
I agree wholeheartedly 11-2-0-0 is extreme, bit it did serve the purpose of generating interest.. Could one apply whatever bidding methods/conventions to tackle the real example taken from the 2006 quarterfinal of Vanberbilt fromReno. Lots of established partnerships missed the cold grand slam... This points to room for improvement.
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