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Rajeev Jog
Rajeev Jog
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April 6, 2017
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Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: KJ6 AJ962 A J943
Turns out spades are 5-1 and 2N is the last making contract.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: KJ6 AJ962 A J943
Spot on. My partner bid 3S with 4 as an invite for a matchpoint zero, saying I shouldn't be raising with 3.
2-way NMF treatment, please?
http://www.vcbridge.org/Savage%20Conventions/X%20Y%20Z%20Basics.pdf
Relay After Opener's Raise (An Alternative to Spiral)
Re. #3: If responder is 4-4 in the majors, he will bid up the line and the heart fit will be found in any case. If he is 5-4 then you can use RFR (Reverse Flannery by Responder) to uncover the major fits. Unless you have better uses for the ...
Relay After Opener's Raise (An Alternative to Spiral)
1. I was suggesting that 1D-1H;2H-2S;2N-3m (pass or correct) was explicitly designed to pass only if opener's minor was clubs or correct if it was diamonds. So in this case opener will correct to 3D. (I also play a short club with my regular partner). 2. In ...
Relay After Opener's Raise (An Alternative to Spiral)
Ed, I really like this structure. However, I have been thinking about Symmetric Major Responses (there are several postings online by Norman Pestaina) and inspired by those I came up with a scheme that modifies yours but keeps it (mostly) symmetric for the majors. 2M+1! Asking bid/Relay; all ...
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Txxx findings by Pavlicek: From T9xx the "standard" lead of the T is best only when the third card is 7 or higher. From T87x the lead of the 8 is best. Otherwise 3rd or 4th are better, 4th more often. From T86x and lower, the results are more equally ...
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Some interesting findings from Pavlicek's study here: http://www.rpbridge.net/8c05.htm (assuming I'm reading the tables correctly, and simplifying somewhat) From JTxx the "standard" lead of the Jack is the best lead only when the third card is 8 or higher. Otherwise 3rd or 4th are ...
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Thanks for this link, though Pavlicek has a more exhaustive update here: http://www.rpbridge.net/8c05.htm
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Thank you. Did Bird & Anthias come to any conclusion re Txxx?
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