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Petter Bengtsson
Petter Bengtsson
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Jan. 13, 2013
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2D weak one major
Yes. 2 followed by 3/4 is natural. I play 2+3 is invitational.
2D weak one major
2 followed by 4.
David Corn's bidding problem: T652 AQ65 74 AQ8
It might surprise you, but there are people that play that 1 is forcing with 4+.
Steve Zolotow's bidding problem: T4 AK8 KJT63 J86
What you are missing is that the double isn't a penalty double.
Book advice sought
You will understand if you read the opening post. If not, that's your problem.
Did you mean to bid that?
Me (South) to East: "Did you mean to bid that?" East: "No..." Me: "Please change to whatever you intended to bid." I'm sure someone will now say I can't do that.
Book advice sought
You clearly cannot say that the bidding in Jannersten's book is up-to-date. Apart from that, it's a great book.
Ten tricks in any denomination
See also: https://bridgewinners.com/article/view/riddle-me-this/
Elegant because it is so simple!
West has Qx in clubs and wins the first club and plays a trump. East wins the second club and plays a club ruffed by West. West plays a trump and you have only nine tricks.
What does partners bids mean?
How can a bid that is unlimited (10+ points) be not forcing?
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