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Floyd McWilliams
Floyd McWilliams
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Member Since
Jan. 5, 2012
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Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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I named a cat after Namyats, but it's not actually my favorite convention.
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Ruby Life Master
Floyd and Adam
Strong Notrump 2/1
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Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: QT9862 32 53 A74
"My money is on this being posted following a hesitation by West." Nope.
ATF, no not THAT ATF. Assess the futility.
"knowing that I will have rebid problems"?! You have an easy rebid over almost any other call partner might make.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: AK8643 K 3 AKJ32
A void in clubs then. (Edit: Hmm even that has issues, presumably if you're going to psyche a splinter you'd want the contract to be a lock when the danger suit is not led.)
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: AK8643 K 3 AKJ32
Partner has something like Qxxxx AQJTx xx x and we were getting a top until I bid 7. (But I'm still bidding 7, too much chance partner thought R0P1 applied.)
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: 2 A852 KQ873 A85
Actually South was 4-6 in the black suits. He probably had a club in with his spades.
Floyd McWilliams's lead problem: J64 J6 T96 AKT95
This was an online practice match imped against a lot of robot games. I made 2 on the ace of clubs lead and was surprised to win a few imps. My LHO was the only human to lead against 2. Every robot led the jack of hearts. And ...
Floyd McWilliams's bidding problem: 2 A852 KQ873 A85
No, we're off two aces. :) I thought pass was pretty obvious but it never hurts to check.
Jack Spear's bidding problem: Q8765432 Q 32 32
Imagine that you held this hand with the pointed suits switched. You'd pass, expecting partner to hold the majors. So partner with his misfitting minor two suiter is going to bury you for passing. He'll think there is a diamond fit. 2 also seems wrong, partner will ...
"Seems interesting that "old style" is natural when back in the day opening bids were sounder and so were raises." Perhaps back in the day, opener was less likely to have an 11 count than in 2018 but more likely to have a 3-count?
All Strong Club Players Are Now Bidding 2!D With Short Diamonds
Paul: In my case the interest is due to Flight B GNT / NAP, but I think it's a little strange that players in limited events like Gold Rush Pairs will have to change the system they've been using for years. (Of course most of them will have no ...

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