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Oleg Galimov
Oleg Galimov
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Aug. 20, 2013
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March 31
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Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AT987 AKT4 6 643
I meanwhile made some analysis on this hand: In our methods 3 usually denies a single. So partner will have 60% 3s and 40% 4s with 5s beeing rare (less then 2%) I made a double dummy analysis on tricks with 40 hands each: If partner ...
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AT987 AKT4 6 643
any also includes all raises wirh 3 spades however
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AKJ A5 92 AKT973
With me beeing this strong it is possible, that everyone passes and we end up playing 2, while 4 is good.
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AKJ A5 92 AKT973
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Could we have done more?
In our system north often has only 2-3 clubs as we open 1 with any balanced hand. I have shown exactly my hand, except that I have one more club and a singleton in RHOs suit, which are considerable extras after the XX. On the other hand both opponents ...
Could we have done more?
The thing about killing is 100% true :-)
Niko Roemer's bidding problem: AJ2 Q5 9 A876532
Yes the XX was compulsory, so 3 on the previous round seems like a good idea.
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AKJ A5 92 AKT973
It is very dangerous to bid 2 right away. Partner will not be able to bid with anything with an average hand where game is on. For example with a balanced hand with club fit and 6-8HCP partner will happily pass.
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AKQJ4 T7 J5 J942
Actually I think this is normal. Lets assume you play 3 as minimum. How would you show you stronger hands with fit?
Oleg Galimov's bidding problem: AKQJ4 T7 J5 J942
3 by opener would be GF. So 2 was the system bid.
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