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Rajeev Jog
Rajeev Jog
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April 6, 2017
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June 14
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Disturbing Precision
"More defense against precision to come." Searched but could not find any updates. Would love to know of various approaches to compete against Precision.
Correct ruling on a claim?
It's odd to allow a "normal" line of play which is different from what the declarer explicitly stated she would do, i.e. "run the clubs". The play would "deviate" from the "stated line of play" ONLY when she lost the fourth club to the J and then North ...
Correct ruling on a claim?
@Georgiy "Continuing playing clubs carelessly after they don't split is a normal play, especially given the careless claim." To be fair, given what I know of this declarer's skill level, once she noticed the clubs didn't break, she would have cashed the A. The only reason I ...
Correct ruling on a claim?
@Paul: She played the Q saw !x from South and then claimed.
Correct ruling on a claim?
Thanks everyone for the great comments. But I was hoping to hear a more judicial answer based on interpreting Rule 70, specifically how to interpret the following. Rule 70A: "any doubtful point as to a claim shall be resolved against the claimer." Rule 70D: (1) Declarer did not claim anything ...
HELP: Seeking hand generation software
+1 for playbridge
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: 9 QJT853 Q4 AKQ9
LOL you are correct. Extraneous information.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: Q32 KQJ3 T52 KJT
It was played on 12 tables in an open pairs event with average holding of about 3000 masterpoints. On all but 3 tables NS bid beyond 1S. Results: 3♥X W -4 800 - 11 0 3NT N 9 400 - 10 1 2♠ S 10 170 - 9 2 2♥ W -3 ...
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: Q32 KQJ3 T52 KJT
Just love the cynicism. Here is the South hand. ♠ K10984 ♥ 2 ♦ KQ93 ♣ Q74 East ♠ J65 ♥ 1086 ♦ J86 ♣ A986 West ♠ A7 ♥ A9754 ♦ A74 ♣ 532 Given the bidding the most likely lead from east is a heart, and 3N makes. Would some open 1S with that South hand? 4 finesses needed?
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: Q32 KQJ3 T52 KJT
I will post the full hand shortly. It is cold for 3N except on an improbable fourth best lead from c A8xx
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