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Hamish Brown
Hamish Brown
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Feb. 9, 2014
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New Zealand

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hamish32
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How would you bid this hand differently?
Im with Ray. If partner opens a weak NT then responder transfers to and does not make a game try unless there is some kind of super accecpt. We play: a new suit shows a singleton and 4 card support. A 3 level accept shows a max with 4 ...
How would you bid this hand differently?
We open 2 with this hand: 9-13 5-7. If balanced 12-13. Otherwise it will have a second suit and be unbalanced (singleton) without 4+ and 9-12 points. As it happens on this hand responder passes because they need a little more to make a game try when ...
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Thanks east west fixed. Yes i had noticed that both the lines i did not take succeed. Thank you Michael.
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Here is the whole hand from the final round of the Canberra National Open Teams swiss: Perhaps the lead was the K now that i look at it. East 9 2 KQJT65 J8653 West K64 KT9 987432 K Thank you all ...
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National open teams in Canberra. We are mid field at this point but i expect ducking the J is easy for these players. EDIT: but it was the line i chose so make of that what you will.
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Thats right you get to be a hero if you discard a under the A and then play from the top. You can now enter hand twice with ruffs to finesse the twice.
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Im thinking i might make another post about methods over 2. With my normal partner we can open 1 with this hand and have a sensible auction to 4. But playing reasonably undiscussed methods how do you bid the south hand? 4 after 2 seems ...
Help needed with a player upset with a director's ruling
Lmao
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That was the line i took at the table.
ATB: Missed Slam (corrected)
David west described soft values and doubt about slam. In that context X makes sense
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