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Patrick Laborde
Patrick Laborde
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March 13, 2013
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ATB: Diving to disaster
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Three-card major suit openings by Jais and Trezel
PJ-RT/RW-JJ: The worldwide known Deal 46
Improve my analysis!
"upside down attitude (count)" ?? Attitude or count?
Three-card major suit openings by Jais and Trezel
JAÏS not JAIS, pls. From 1971 Championship I noted several deals were a 3 cards suit was bid => https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/showing-the-ace-of-spades-2-sdqqrnwwup/ Edit typo
Three-card major suit openings by Jais and Trezel
Examples of 3rd seat 3 cards opening in Kelsey's "Match-Point Bridge "
Three-card major suit openings by Jais and Trezel
Ok, Mr Dove Woterman
1NT - (P) - P - (X)
"Do you play the same escape manoeuvres after 1NT - (P) - P - (X) as after 1NT - (X)? If not, what are the differences?" You want opener to be leading. Hence no transfers, all natural ( as far as possible)
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: AJ932 J932 A94 2
Overhere 2 (only 2 not 2)is Reverse Flannery with 2 4SF F1 is rather standard. Very elaborate follow ups are not well known but basics are anough to bid correctly. Repeat from other posts :Rule is 4SF is not GF untill 2NT is reached.
Whose to blame?
Obvious 2NT after partners 1 (8+H 4-5 c). Then East will check overcaller has not a stiff. Bid games before trying to penalyze opps.
ATB - missed game
Auto forcing means responder owes a bid to partner. Usually 2 promises a 3 rebid as the weaker bid (ofc, if possible).F1 means responder can pass openers rebid. "Kind of balanced without hearts." What to bid with 2 cards? Am, 4NT from E would mean I have ...
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