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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
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United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
STANDARD AMERICAN
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Peter Gill's bidding problem: 762 AKQJT986 4 Q
The case for staying silent is if the opponents sail unforced into a slam it becomes clear to bid six hearts as a sacrifice. You also avoid pushing the opponents into a making slam they might not bid on their own. Finally, there is some equity in the opponents might ...
Peter Gill's bidding problem: KJT5 93 85 KJT95
At red vs white, partner should have an opening hand. With at least 5-5 in spades and a minor he would automatically accept a four trump limit raise to game if there were no competitive bidding. I have a four card limit raise in spades which partner is not going ...
Peter Gill's bidding problem: KJT5 93 85 KJT95
I would bid four spades if LHO bids 3H passed around to me.
Dave Robinson's bidding problem: KT32 K52 6 QJ954
Is there another bid available to express the opponents made a big mistake?
Do you open this hand in 1st seat Love All at IMPs?
The more accurate statement is preempts don't always work.
Do you open this hand in 1st seat Love All at IMPs?
Finn, of course. Would you enter a lottery if you had zero chance of winning?
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: --- AQJ63 K4 AQT642
Why did partner bid six hearts instead of bidding 4NT to find out about key cards and possibly leave open a grand if we have all the key cards? I can only conclude he must be void somewhere and it is probably in clubs. Further, he must be looking at ...
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: --- AQJ63 K4 AQT642
At least the bid is not horrible.
József Szikszai's bidding problem: KT972 K6 AQJ4 62
Double is not best but passing is even worse. How can I expect partner to back in with a minimum opening when we can make a game? Double at least gets something but it might be less then our making a game.
Tilman Seidel's bidding problem: KT54 K963 T76 A7
I would still double for penalties. I am too good to pass and I can't expect partner to back right back in. Guessing to bid either two diamonds or to bid two hearts seems at best an average score. However, a penalty double if it works is going to ...
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