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John Cox
John Cox
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Nov. 4, 2016
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Aug. 16
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What is the meaning of this double?
Take-out of spades, mainly showing clubs, but obviously not one-suited. And a reasonably good hand; x Axx AKxx AJ10xx for instance.
Debbie Rosenberg's bidding problem: QT8764 3 T85 732
Well yeah, but it also meant I had a hand where 3S was a remotely sensible call.
I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
It seems to me that the question is not so much whether they might have bid 6S, as whether they might not have bid game at all.
I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
Presumably I’d either bid some number of spades or some number of hearts, depending on which one I’d agreed set spades forcing.
I am mad as hell and I am not going to take it anymore
Well, how can anyone answer that question? If they don’t know what suits their bids show, how can you expect them to know what their next bids mean? When the guy bid 2C he intended to conduct a constructive auction. Something happened to change his mind and make him ...
"Director, declarer had no problem but did not give away his holding!"
Isn't Bernard's the critical point? If you play the QD after 3 minutes partner has to return a diamond anyway. Declarer's hesitation makes no difference. All the more so since the defender didn't even know that declarer didn't have 10C. Name players get too many ...
Ruling -- Illegal Convention
Here's a no doubt controversial suggestion. First, if you're playing in an event where childish toys of this kind which have been around for fifty years are banned, then I assume that the event in question is not exactly the Bermuda Bowl, and the outcome is not exactly ...
Critique This Bidding
This is an interesting discussion because it touches on a few partnership issues as well as more technical ones. Obviously what happened is that E made an asystemic or undiscussed bid and W either misunderstood it or panicked, with the result that W made a call which looks absurd opposite ...
Forcing Pass?
OCINFF, as they say at the Young Chelsea.
Hesitation Blackwood II (Director's perspective)
Well, it goes to suggest that the Blackwooder was expecting partner to bid on with three and this that their agreement is actually what they say it is, I suppose.
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