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Paul Dalley
Paul Dalley
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Member Since
March 30, 2018
Last Seen
10 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

Having my bid, putting down a good dummy, making partner's life easy, getting a plus score. Not that concerned about going +170.


Bridge Information

Favorite Conventions
None. Conventions are sometimes fun but they lose IMPS / match-points, particularly in partnerships that practice less than 10-20 hours a week together.
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How should the director rule
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How should the director rule
West Q9 K AK9 J1097532 East 53 8753 972 Q864
6NT play problem. Finesses, combinations, squeezes... it's got 'em all
Why duck a spade instead of a diamond?
6NT play problem. Finesses, combinations, squeezes... it's got 'em all
I would win in hand, run the 10 of diamonds, win the return and cash a lot of winners coming down to this position - x AK9 - 10 KJ x - then time to judge the ending, depending on table read, in particular who strained for discards. If there isn't much ...
Peter Gill's bidding problem: A75 982 KQJ62 AT
concerned about possibly wrong siding the contract?
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 4 Q4 AKQ94 Q8752
Assuming 4S is a club raise, bidding anything other than 5C with 1 keycard seems wrong. Perhaps the point in the poll is whether 4S is passable?
What is the distribution in this hand?
Avon, thanks for your corrections, I'm more interested in technical bridge insights rather than accurately representing the methods used in double bay, which is why I took the liberty of explaining the methods as I did. Sincere apologies if that some how disturbs any readers.
What is the distribution in this hand?
Question 2 - assuming diamonds are 5-3, what is the correct play in hearts?
Peter Gill's bidding problem: AK9432 K985 8 Q4
Peter, the only way for bad players like me to deal with the frustrations of the game and continue working at it, is to take comfort in the fact that the very best players do make errors. So, thanks you for the occasional error!
Another hand from the rubber bridge table
Double would have been penalty

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