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Ron Lel
Ron Lel
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1!H-1N; 2!H-2!S
Interesting question. What if the opening had been 1? Would this auction show 5/5 minors for some? 1 1NT 2 2NT Or would this show a good C raise as opposed to a courtesy raise with 3?
1!H-1N; 2!H-2!S
There are a few ways to play this. In many versions of Polish Club this shows some S support, usually hon x and asks for shortage in the opener's hand. A treatment I prefer is that this shows 5/5 minors and asks opener to choose. Both ways are ...
Oren Kriegel's lead problem: T87543 876 5 842
Agree Marshall, but that is the conventional meaning of the bid in many partnerships.
Oren Kriegel's lead problem: T87543 876 5 842
. First suit bid by dummy.
Couldn't Walk the Dog.. They Closed the door
I have played many players who have tried to be smart in the same vein as here. These players seem to forget that players can look at and bid the cards they see in front of them.
Couldn't Walk the Dog.. They Closed the door
"Did I?" No and you paid the price.
Grue-Moss REACH Analysis
So Ed you would bid 3 suits while holding a balanced hand? My bidding would be 1c 1h 1nt
Which is the biggest sin? (corrected version)
One in a million? Roflmao. How many bad players do you think there are? I think it is the " they must be c*****" mentality that is clouding your logic. Play on bbo sometime.
Ron Lel's bidding problem: 43 AQT432 QJ87 A
Well picked Brad. If anyone is interested 3S is in the refrigerator and 4D can be made with careful play. Partner was 5/5 in the minors.
Which is the biggest sin? (corrected version)
X is correct opposite a passed hand? Yes sure, Gavin. Pull the other one.
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