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Ron Steele
Ron Steele
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Member Since
Sept. 11, 2013
Last Seen
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Member Type
bridge player

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Jack Spear's bidding problem: A932 5432 --- JT432
4S and like Len I think its a make
Dick Vatter's bidding problem: A83 A873 AKT8 KQ
abstained because I know the hand not because I object to the conditions
Two over one GF game tries
3D simply invites the invite and shows doubt.
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: 953 AT5 AQ7632 4
Are we playing this hand in isolation or are we playing bridge? So much depends on who are your opponents? Are you a heavy favorite or the dog? Which board is this and what is the state of the match? Do I need a large victory point win or am ...
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: 953 AT5 AQ7632 4
Spades are trump. If partner has 3 key cards I will bid an easy but maybe down one 6 spades
Wayne Somerville's bidding problem: 5432 84 KQJ75 J3
Looks like a 3 card spade suit to me.
Christopher Donnelly's bidding problem: --- QJ752 AQJT86 63
Do your opponents never bid 4S over one diamond>
Ron Steele's bidding problem: --- AJT AKQJ4 AQ985
I have always played 4NT as a weaker preemptive hand for the m as opposed to the stronger 4 level cue but I see the merit of 4NT as Blackwood
Ron Steele's bidding problem: --- AJT AKQJ4 AQ985
This is an apology to my very experienced partner. Our result on this board was a plus score but in the ensuing discussion I remarked that I thought a better way to bid the hand was to begin with 4 hearts as I thought this was "standard". With 42 votes ...
Hank Meyer's bidding problem: KT3 AKQ9 --- AKQ987
4C. Show my heart support plus a source of tricks. I will next cue bid diamonds and if partner cannot cure bid spades I will settle for 6H

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