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Edward Jones
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Dec. 12, 2010
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Edward Jones's bidding problem: Axx Qxxx KQ8xx J
Indeedy. Though I've not yet come across an opponent who called the director after I passed in this situation (and it was right :)).
Edward Jones's bidding problem: Axx Qxxx KQ8xx J
I judged it was part of the problem when I had the hand.
Edward Jones's lead problem: Tx QTxx A7xxx xx
Indeed :). And it is what I led, though it wasn't the right lead on this occasion. I said when we'd scored up that I would make the same lead next time! But just wanted some reassurance :).
Tricky hand?
I agree with the sentiment of course. But in your opinion would it matter what you were playing in? E.g. if in the Bermuda Bowl, and the opponent didn't ask what your bid meant after you alerted it. What about leads? After your partner has led, would you ...
Tricky hand?
2C-2D 2S-3S 4C-4D 4NT-5C 6H-7S ? 6H asking for 3rd round control. Obvious 'danger' that you get to 7 opposite a low doubleton heart and 3 small trumps....
Brink and Drijver out due to their "professional engagements"
Should they? I don't think many national federations could afford to pay their players "competitively" for very long.
Brink and Drijver out due to their "professional engagements"
It's a obviously a shame that countries can't always select their strongest team but that's how the world works. It's a real problem in rugby, where the countries often mandate players ply their trade locally if they want to be selected. Yet the big money is ...
Grand slam in game, who is culpable, and how much?
The fourth comment on the thread was me giving what we both thought 4NT was :). "I think South thought 4NT was a good 5m bid. North also thought that was the most likely meaning but there was definitely uncertainty. They aren't a 'proper' partnership who might have agreed this ...
Grand slam in game, who is culpable, and how much?
Thanks a lot for the replies folks. I was North, and my partner and I are not exactly a pickup partnership. Just play a handful of times a year in congress events. And thus know each others styles fairly well. So it's not like South subjected their partner to ...
Grand slam in game, who is culpable, and how much?
I think South thought 4NT was a good 5m bid. North also thought that was the most likely meaning but there was definitely uncertainty. They aren't a 'proper' partnership who might have agreed this sort of auction. E/W were also not a regular partnership. I think everyone at ...
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