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Sergio Polini
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Honolulu BRP 7NT Lead Discussion
Ray Yuenger: You are assuming that E's comment was not simply an elaboration of the UI being made available to the rest of the table by the long hesitation. I think that such an assumption is wrong. According to the writeup, North justified his diamond lead with: (a) Not ...
Restricted choice: real life example
Restricted choice is just how Reese named Bayes' theorem in bridge. Borel & Cheron explain what Reese was to name "restricted choice" as Bayes' theorem, i.e. as probability of causes (they often use Laplace's wording in their book.) I think that you can easily find several real life example ...
101 Bridge Books To Read Before You Die!!
I've read 4, 6, 7, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 31, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 44, 49, 53, 56, 58, 60, 61, 63, 72, 76, 78, 81, 83, 84, 85, 87, 100. Which should my next book be?
Simulation: Richard Pavlicek
@Max Schireson: as to DD vs real play in partscores vs games vs slams, you could look at http://www.rpbridge.net/9x29.htm
Rare double squeeze almost.
As to double stepping stone squeezes, you can look at Kelsey, Double Squeezes, pages 66-69. There are also double vice and double winkle in that book.
What's the name of this squeeze?
I'd say that it is a surplus winner strip-squeeze, because West must give up his spade length to keep the clubs control and the hearts fragile stopper: - one suit (diamonds) has the squeeze card - in one suit (spades) LHO (or whoever the squeeze is against) has winners - there is ...
Figuring out non-obvious suit-handlings at the table?
You can try Bridge CCAnalyser: - web version: http://bridge.esmarkkappel.dk/default.aspx - Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dk.esmarkkappel.bridgecardcombinations
DIAMOND Wins Spingold
I think that the real difference is between 1NT-then-Pass (points, heart stopper, eventual diamond length) and 2-then-Double (points but nothing about red colors).
A strange opening lead
Yes. In the actual hand, at least. West: AJxx xx Kxxx Jxx East: Qxx Jxx xx Axxxx
A strange opening lead
Thank you. However, you can only win if you finesse the Q (or J). West's hand was: AJxx xx Kxxx Jxx. Was it just a strange deal? Yes, the bidding looks strange, but what about the opening lead? Can the winning plan be inferred from the opening lead? This ...
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