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Ron Lel
Ron Lel
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July 30, 2010
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The Longest Consecutive Chain of Bids Ever?
Really? I prefer watching scientific auctions.
The Longest Consecutive Chain of Bids Ever?
I remember playing in the final of the Australian Open pairs against Seamus Browne and partner, (can't remember who), many years ago. After 18 bids I bid 7S and claimed on the lead, Seamus slammed his cards on the table and said, "I hate it when they do that."
Does multi go for more numbers?
I have often dropped pd in 2D with 3+ Ds and a really weak hand. Most pairs have no idea what to do when it goes 2D P P ?
Does multi go for more numbers?
"Secondly, I think that NOT playing it for weak 2 major ONLY is a total waste of time and effort." Strong options in a multi destroy a lot of its value.
Does multi go for more numbers?
That is just a poor decision by your partner, Emily. It is not the fault of the multi.
Does multi go for more numbers?
Interesting, my experience is the opposite as you also have the option of getting out in 2D, something you cannot do if you open 2 of a Major.
1!S - 1N - 3!S - 4!H
3S is certainly nf, else how do you invite?
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: A8632 8 653 A876
Obvious 1S overcall. I cannot imagine anyone with PULSE PASSING this.
Sometimes I don’t believe the results on a board.
I was kidding, Jeff.
Sometimes I don’t believe the results on a board.
-1 at both tables?
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