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Ron Lel
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Who should handle this psyche better?
""3N is a mild overbid, but 2N invitational ok" say you, yet you would hold even less than North actually." And your point is?
After 2!h double negative to 2!c
Indeed.
the wait is over
What happened at the other table? Ignore - I read further.
After 2!h double negative to 2!c
Here is what we played: 2C 2H 2S = natural GF 2N = natural, or raise with bad trumps 3S = maximum negative 4H = weak, but trump values 2S = natural (see above) 2N = GF 3C = Baron (bid suits up the line [NT = ]) 3D/H= transfers (completing transfer shows fit) 3S = 5+ 4+ minors ...
2!D opening
2. Personally I do not regard this as a 2S opening anyway Christopher.
Who should handle this psyche better?
Firstly, North should open. Secondly, East's 1S bid is not a psyche. Personally I think it is a poor bid, but that is not what you ask. Thirdly, 2H is normal after my conservative pass. Fourthly south's pass is ridiculous. I think 3NT is a mild overbid, but ...
2!D opening
"I'll grant it's better than Multi but they both suffer the defect of not shutting out 2♥ when you have a two-level spade preempt." Eh Christopher? Do you know what Wilkosz is? If you play Wilkosz there is nothing to stop you playing 2H and 2S as weak ...
2!D opening
Wilkosz, so none of the above.
MULTI 2D Responses
It's a mistake to play a multi with a strong option IMHO. The element of surprise when you pass 2D is most gratifying.
MULTI 2D Responses
David, nice try but epic fail.
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