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Rajeev Jog
Rajeev Jog
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April 6, 2017
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Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
You are right, should read: Trick 1: ♠ 7 A 3 4 won in dummy
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
Dummy AQ94 AQ97 QJ83 2 Trick 1: 7 K 3 4 won in dummy Trick 2: J 2 7 K won by South
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
The s7 is led and won in dummy, partner playing low (encouraging). A heart is led to your King. How do you continue?
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
I suppose we should ask Marty Bergen.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: --- QJT632 J642 AJ9
Good point. Standard requires 2 of the top 3 honors. Our agreement is that you need 8+ hcp and a good suit, good being defined as 5 to KJT or 6 to the QJT (or better).
Showing both majors over 1NT - 2!C
My partner and I invert the meaning of 2S & 2N after 1N-2C;2H: 2S shows a balanced invite, and 2N shows a spade invite.
5-5 Major Hand After Partner Opens 2NT
@TonyRolfe, in your system how would opener continue after 2N-3C and 2N-3S?
Is 1M(in first/second seat)-2m;3m passable, in Standard bidding? (Opps are silent)
Or worse, with 5M2M4m2M, is the only available force for opener (other than jumps to 3M, 3N, 4m) a new suit bid on a doubleton?. This question is directed to the 40 or so voters that say "Passable"
Is 1M(in first/second seat)-2m;3m passable, in Standard bidding? (Opps are silent)
@Frances, so what is 1M-2m-3m?
Finding the grand
Thanks for all the responses, this was extremely useful. FWIW, and apologies for always forgetting to mention this, scoring was MATCHPOINTS.
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