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Jean-Christophe Clement
Jean-Christophe Clement
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Jan. 18, 2014
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Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: J8 J65 KQ97 7652
at IMP 4 is obvious. At MP, that's still my choice, but I believe it's close.
To Slam or Not to Slam
I'm not sure I'm happy to play a slam missing one Ace and KQ of trumps... Even if it works fine on this deal. :)
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: KQ82 T9 AQJ A982
with a 4441 hand, LTT tells you to defend (18 trumps probably)
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: 65 AK72 KQT95 85
short spades + unfavorable vulnerability + minimum opening values = Pass Well , that is not truly a hand with minimum opening values...
Andrzej Matuszewski's lead problem: A54 QJT KQ7 KQ85
The auction is very strange.... East found a 2 bid against opponents that have shown at least game ambition, and was unable to open 1 in 3rd position?
Shailesh Gupta's bidding problem: AKxxx ATxx xx Kx
I voted pass, but I should have abstained, because I don't know what is the difference between a direct 3 bid and a double followed by 3. Which one , if any, is forcing to game in your system?
Stojan Vazic's lead problem: AQ54 Q97 KJ97 K4
I didn't expect unanimity, very rare for lead problems, but I'm surprised by the amount of diamonds leads, in the jaw of the probably best suit of declarer.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: --- AK98765 K9872 9
If West was going to bid 4 anyway, why didn't he bid it at his first turn ?
Yasser Rahim's bidding problem: K873 J AJ53 AKJ8
Of course I'm wrong, but I believed that pass was not forcing, because 2 wasn't forcing to game. Would pass have been forcing if opponent had bid 4 instead of 5?
How often should you cover?
I was trying to translate the same idea from french when I discovered your comment. Thank you !
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