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Robert Stevens
Robert Stevens
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April 7, 2013
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July 20
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Attitude or count (or suitpreference)?
Yes, really well known. A spastic hand and a spastic suit. The perfect hand for a modern overcall.
ABC RKC Igrec Zed
4N Blackwood. Yeah, great treatment. The 2 bidder knows the controls, and now his partner can verify that. No harm in double checking.
What do you lead at trick 3?
You'll get over it by morning
What do you lead at trick 3?
Agree with much that has been said. Is not xxx AQ10xx KQJxx - a possible pattern for declarer? Or 2-1 in the blacks? Would partner double Drury with five s.. very likely he would. So make it Jx AQ10xx KQJxx x. Hmm. I think this just reinforces the idea of ...
How the average 'grass-roots' club players feel about psychs
I think Martin Hoffman put it well (I believe it was he) when he commented on psyching against weak players. Paraphrased, if a good player does so successfully, the suspicion is soon aroused about his ethics.
Do not misplay this slam (like I did ....)
If declarer held x KQ10xxx KJx AK10 then not playing the K from K alone would be a mistake. There are other hands where it would be a mistake -- no matter. Since playing the K can sometimes be right it does not at all follow that it must show the ...
Bidding and Lead Combo
Those certainly were not the four hands. There is no 10
Bad Judgment or Bad Luck?
Taking the hook to catch the people in 4 is futile. You don't care about the people in 4, only those in a part score. So you should make the percentage play in
What do you lead now?
and what would xJx show?
Do not misplay this slam (like I did ....)
Why wouldn't W play the K on the first round?
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