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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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Random brige player in New York City.  If you like backgammon, check out my site:

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Two-level openings in fourth seat
The best use is likely to to replace your weak 2 bids with conventions showing various strong hands that are hard to bid with your regular system.. For example, you could make 2M show the BW hand of death (3M+6m+16-18) and 2D show a strong-2 opener with a ...
Interference vs. MAFIA
The big difference is we don't know whether Opener has 4 or 5 hearts, so we don't know what to do with 3 card support.
Christopher Moh's bidding problem: A8 AQ9853 A9 875
What would you recommend for 4 in that case? A regular "usually singleton" splinter?
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: T87xxx AQx J KQx
That looks like a 5 card spade suit to me.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: QJ5 3 A42 AKQ853
I'm surprised that nobody wants to make a slam try with extras and a source of tricks.
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: K K85 A532 AT932
No last train
Follow up to XYZ invite sequence
If you are never down 1 in 3 then playing 2 forcing here is fine.
Now for something completly different
Presuming declarer has the pointed KQ's and running clubs, who cares? Doesn't he just discard the KQ on the run of the hearts and you never get to enjoy your slow diamond trick anyway? Why risk an accident when you already have a good score; looks like 5 ...
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KJ94 6 AJ74 AKQ2
Okay, you got me, zing. I will go and beg to be let into the 299er game.
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: AKT632 KQ432 2 K
I sometimes wonder if life is easier if you (by agreement) bid the 5 card suit first when you have a good 6-5 and partner preempts.

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