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Patrick Laborde
Patrick Laborde
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Member Since
March 13, 2013
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an hour ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
France

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Memory/Visualisation
"How to remember every card in the deck" - Bob Hampton - Baron Barclay - 2013
Yusuf Sohtorik's bidding problem: AK8 86 Q64 AQJ65
2 = TRSFR then 4NT = 5332 inv. 3 if playing it as "Puppet" then 4 over 3 (no 5c M).
Jim Streisand's bidding problem: 9xxx KQx Axxx Ax
-.......9xxx Axx....KQx KQxxx..Axxx KQxxx AX 1....1 (2) 3....4 4....5 5....5NT 7
Jim Streisand's bidding problem: 9xxx KQx Axxx Ax
A "Bluhmer" would set .
Max Schireson's bidding problem: J9xx Ax xx AQJxx
suits: not 1 good and 1 bad "not so goo (Freudian slip?) suits" ? Dont understand
Max Schireson's bidding problem: J9xx Ax xx AQJxx
"2♠ can be EITHER 5-6 OR some awkward 4-5 hands" I bid that way (2NT = relay) but OPs question is about a "Brand new partnership ". So I was remaining "natural". With 5c-6c and "not so goo suits" a 1 response is available.
Max Schireson's bidding problem: J9xx Ax xx AQJxx
"was waiting for somebody to ask." de nada
Another 2N-bid
Leb is a bad solution when holding 44 m, weak doubler bids 3 automatically.Then what does advancer bid ? Pass or 3?
Max Schireson's bidding problem: J9xx Ax xx AQJxx
"I think, on this auction it's also better facing Qx" With QX opposite Ax (and vice-versa)the rightside is to receive the lead from the player who holds the King.Give us a coin!
Max Schireson's bidding problem: J9xx Ax xx AQJxx
Why wrongside 3NT when bidding 2NT? For the moment just show the good suit. 2 is GF,as such denies a GF 5c-6c( 1 then 3), denies a GF red 55 ( 1 then 3). Then iF responder is only concerned with opener ...
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