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Itzik Ezra
Itzik Ezra
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Sept. 19, 2013
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Feb. 22
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Hugh Hughes's bidding problem: J83 J7 964 KQJ42
Reading agian (very usefull at my age) what you wrote about our 5 cards in club that makes the possibility of partner to have AX more likely than AXX i think i don't know enough statics to tell how much if at all it effects the calculation i gave ...
Hugh Hughes's bidding problem: J83 J7 964 KQJ42
I am not professional in statistic. As much as i know there 6 known cards AKQJ42 and taht leaves 7 known possible cards for partner to have. If so therer are 7 posibilities for partner to have AX right? On the other hand there are 7+6+5+4+3 ...
David Caprera's bidding problem: T98xxx K Kxx AJ8
The natural use of 2s has a point but we will rarely have a hand that is suitable to play in opp's suit only. More usefull in my view to use that bid as game forcing (or 1 round f) and then we can show a lot of hands.
Hugh Hughes's bidding problem: J83 J7 964 KQJ42
I think 3nt should show something like 18-19 and some 5332 shape. I think he should have something in each suit so ace of clubs and i would bet he has AXX rather than AX as it is much more frequent to have AXX then AX. If so i don ...
Benjamin Bomber's bidding problem: Axx 97xxx Kxx KT
Happy to forget about hearts. 3NT.
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: K3 9862 9 KJT643
You are right. No reason to believe partner will know i have clubs so 3h is wrong. Change my bid to .. i don't know.
Leo Lasota's bidding problem: K3 9862 9 KJT643
You have a point but 2nt not necessarily show limited values we could be stronger and bid on after 3c but still it gives partner the ability to use his judgement. I have 2 reasons to prefer 3h. 1. Opps know that we hold the lion's share of the ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: KQT8 K6 AK752 A2
Asking for aces is good but by that you miss something and that is your partner's judgement. You say you don't need it as if partner has 2 aces as even if he has 15 points than 7nt makes on 793/1000. As you mentioned the result might ...
Liam Milne's bidding problem: KQT8 K6 AK752 A2
5NT. Partner should have a pretty good picture of out hand. 2C show 4 cards in sp and 3 d probably 5 cards in diamonds. In that case should be crucial and partner will know to bid 7nt with QXX and 6nt with xxx. partner should be alerted to the ...
Jess Cohen's bidding problem: AJ654 KQ6 AK5 K6
Over 2d partner might bid 2nt and then you will have to play from partner's hand and you might beembarassed by a club lead. With such a good hand you might plan to bid 6nt especially if partner does not show a club control. The chances partner has the ...
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