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Eric Kehr
Eric Kehr
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Sept. 15, 2015
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Club player in the UK. My good results at the local clubs say a lot more about the standards locally than they do about my own modest skills.

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Surely not another missed game with 10 trumps
The way I play, redouble is wrong with a guaranteed fit, 2 is wrong with a good hand, and passing 2H is just compounding West’s initial error.
How well do you understand restricted choice?
Marty, that is certainly one way to look at it - indeed it is really a restricted choice argument. But perhaps it’s simpler to note that the probability that two children are the same sex is 50%. And if this changed when someone answered “boy”, then by symmetry it would ...
How well do you understand restricted choice?
I don’t see the relevance of your comment to mine. In both my examples we know for a fact he has 2 children at least one of which is a boy but the answers are different (essentially because in the second case with a boy and a girl he ...
How well do you understand restricted choice?
With all questions of this kind the answers depend on how you obtained the information. Take question 2 for example. If you ask Mr Jones “Do you have exactly 2 children?” And “is at least one of them a boy” and he answers yes both times then the chance that ...
Attention to Detail
Thanks Kit. So I guess the 2 bid after 1 1 is like Kokish?
Attention to Detail
On the last page you mention you don’t play a strong 2NT opening. And if I recall you play a 10-12NT in some positions. How exactly do you show all your possible NT ranges?
Attention to Detail
On page 14 you talk about “East’s 3NT call” rather than “North’s”.
Do Sandwich No Trump bids need to be alerted
Are you saying your partner would unethically take advantage of being woken up?
Does this cuebid create a game force?
I don’t know any experts, so voted for the third option. But it sure sounds GF to me.
ATB, or is bridge just too tough?
Should you really “borrow a king” if the opening was a preempt, and so your RHO might have a decent but misfitting hand?
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