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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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Michal Czerwonko's bidding problem: --- T8654 A954 J842
Good grief!
!S Jx !H AKxx !D AKxxx !C xx
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!S Jx !H AKxx !D AKxxx !C xx
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What has partner got?
Then your q-bidding agreement is inconsistent with puppet stayman
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: Q9742 --- AK84 QT72
Being with the field all the time usually yields 55% if you play and defend reasonably well
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: AK7 K9754 4 KJ83
I think your choice is clearly dominated by 3 since the latter caters to 3N opposite xx,xx,KQx,Axxxxx
Reopening double after 1N (strong)
Such a serious claim about a method that is alive and well for some 30 years requires a somehow better justification but 'The declarer redoubles and we all get rich by slaughtering Zia'
Reopening double after 1N (strong)
Do you actually claim that if 1N opener XX with every hand, reopening with about 11-14 balanced becomes totally ineffective or just less effective?
David Carlisle's bidding problem: 3 AQ954 KQJ7 J94
I play 3 here as a punt and 3 as showing 6-4. Those who bid 3, I'm curious how to you show 6-4? j9x seems to be a good stopper.
You Be the Judge. Common Game 2/12/19 board 23
Perhaps 2 over 1N for this pair would show 10HCP and 5413, but that would be my bid. I don't like jump to 3 at all with this suit quality. My favorite sequence 1N-2/3-3/4-whatever followed with 6
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