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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Forcing Pass or not?
If EW play strong pass, the first pass by E was forcing and if 1 is GF relay, passing instead of X would be forcing too
What to do
Pass is an alternative if not an obligation, e.g. QJ9xx,KQJ,KQx,Kx. If bidding six was successful, any director should roll back to 5
I apologize for this question
The real problem is that if you don't pre-alert it, many non-experts would change the meaning of X in dependence of whether they ask or not what's 2
I apologize for this question
It will become even purer exercise in logic with cards on the table face up at bidding and play
I apologize for this question
There are no intelligent sequences after 1N forcing with a big hand. Besides, 2 with xx even if alerted is often a lead inhibitor for 3N
Stig Holmquist's bidding problem: KT862 AKJ83 83 A
1 is out of question since I'd adore a stiff/void with South and may produce large quantities of ambiguity, for that very reason strong 2 if available has no appeal to me at all. 4 is a limited bid for me, and even if ...
I apologize for this question
Does 4N promise 3?
Is this system bad or illegal? (EDIT)
To this post I must answer that bad and illegal are not mutually exclusive. I don't know what's the situation now, but it was fun in Poland in that every home cooked system could be tested without any worries about its legality
Mike Heins's bidding problem: K53 A42 A742 Q83
Between pass and abstein
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: K52 QT4 J96 QT87
It's your own fault if you are sensitive to arguments based on the Law of Total Nonsense. If your partner was the critic, it was really bad to say anything holding this hand
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