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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
STANDARD AMERICAN (09/03/2019)
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Eric Leong/Steve Kennedy
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Bill March's bidding problem: 54 A54 AKQJ6 963
It is pretty fundamental to tell partner what you have so he has a chance to make an intelligent partnership decision. After, a 1M response one should have no problem rebidding 2D to show a source of tricks. I don't have six diamonds but I can contribute five diamond ...
Bill March's bidding problem: 54 A54 AKQJ6 963
With two suits wide open, why do I want to bend over backwards so the partnership can play a notrump game from the wrong side?
John McAllister's bidding problem: K986 964 K93 Q98
Four clubs shows a nine trick hand gambling on a tenth trick. Five clubs shows a bigger hand. It shows a ten trick hand gambling on a eleventh trick.
Yehudit Hasin's bidding problem: AJT5 AQ653 --- AKJ3
I see some chances of making six hearts if partner has something like: S xx H Kxxxx D xxxx C xx S xxx H Kxxxx D xxxx C x S x H Kxxxx D xxxx C xxx but he could have a better equivalent hand.
John McAllister's bidding problem: K986 964 K93 Q98
The more one bids the more he shows. Partner has said he has a monster hand. He could have jumped in clubs on the first chance to bid. He could have jumped in clubs after my two notrump bid. Yet instead he choose to cuebid first before jumping to five ...
Slobodan Guzvica's bidding problem: AT4 6543 Q8 K632
I don't see a need to bid a heart on four crappy hearts. On the other hand, I like passing to encourage RHO to think his partner has more hcp for my pass.
Itzik Ezra's bidding problem: T754 AK7 J87 Q83
There is also equity in the opponents balancing in the auction thinking you have a weaker hand. In which case I would like to give the opponents a toasty welcome.
Bill March's bidding problem: AQJT7 QJ3 AK3 65
Bidding one notrump gives partner a better idea of my shape and hcp range. Overcalling one spade shows a much bigger range and leaves partner with a less clear idea of my shape. Further, if I overcall one notrump I am no afraid to compete in spades later if I ...
Marko Seizovic's bidding problem: AKJ875 Q9754 Q 8
It could be right to leap off a tree.
Marko Seizovic's bidding problem: QT83 A65 AQ KT87
If the opponents have their minimum bids where are our tricks coming from? If the opponents have more than their minimum bids why are we getting a bargain?
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