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Kit Woolsey
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Kit Woolsey is a world-class bridge and backgammon player, analyst, and writer. His most recent major victory was winning the Cavendish Invitational Pairs in 2011. He was elected to the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2005 and lives in Kensington, CA.

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Kit - Sally
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commo0n game 6NT
I agree -- Josh's line is right. I had been only looking at a low heart to the 8. Leading the jack is stronger, since that can power home 3 heart tricks without squandering a spade trick (which is all that is needed), and if it doesn't work the ...
commo0n game 6NT
If you go after hearts, you will potentially have to squander a spade trick to make the most of the heart suit. This means you will almost always be winding up taking a club finesse. So, maybe the right idea is the unnatural play of taking an immediate club finesse ...
What's the best line in 6H?--IMPs same as Matchpoints?
I would play a heart to the king and a heart to the jack. If Qx(x) of hearts is onside, ace of clubs and a club ruff allows me to handle a 4-1 club split. If Qxxx of hearts is onside, ace of clubs, club ruff, and heart to ...
Time to simplify the laws?
If any hesitation got the player a zero, there would be more he said she said disputes about whether or not there was a hesitation than you want to think about. In addition, having to make every bid and play instantly means one could never think about the hand at ...
A Little Help
In order for a slam to make, there are three necessities: 1) Not being off two key cards. RKC can take care of that if it appears to be the problem. 2) Not being off a cashing AK. Q-bidding can take care of that. Such Q-bids don't have to ...
How would you rule?
David, On the 7NT lead problem I would lead a spade (after the UI) because I believe a spade lead is a LA. On the hand here, I would double (after the UI) because I do not believe that pass is a LA. You may disagree with my bridge judgment ...
How Discouraging?
All it means is that either partner didn't want to encourage a club continuation or he couldn't afford a higher spot.
Is Pass Forcing?
Partner is forced to pass, double, or bid 5.
Were NS damaged because of misinformation?
Maybe I shouldn't have used the term LA. However, it isn't a question of South saying he would have doubled 3. That is just a self-serving statement. Also, it is isn't a question of how likely it is that South would have doubled 3. The ...
A Little Help
When I am playing Standard, I play as Martin describes (different coding, but the same concept). When I am playing Precision, there is no need for 2-tiered splinters, since there won't be a slam opposite a limited opening bid when I have the weaker splinter. Instead, I use the ...
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