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Shiang Chen
Shiang Chen
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Nov. 10, 2014
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April 21
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Wrong view on multi 2d by ACBL
It's usually a "destructive" bid since weak 2's are more common than odd strong hands like 4441's or strong 6-4's but no more destructive than any 2h or 2s.
Kevin Bathurst's bidding problem: QJ J853 9872 975
what could go wrong with a 3c puppet staymen. The system I play lets partner show any 4-5 in the majors.
Henry Bethe's bidding problem: T742 K3 AQT AKQT
pass, we don't have a spade stop and sometimes it's better to listen than to talk when you need information. We can come back in with a 2s to show we got the goods but don't know how to bid. If partner bids 1nt just bid 3nt.
Yuan Shen's bidding problem: AQ8543 T96 --- KQJ9
partner didn't double and left it to us we clearly don't want to defend 5d so 5s it is. 6 is a bit rich for my blood partner is still a passed hand after all. He could have AKQ of hearts and the spade hook works but bidding ...
Peter Flom's bidding problem: AJ542 AK3 AQ2 A8
x then 2nt. Good 2nt opening is exactly what we have.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: --- QJ95 Q9632 KJ92
That double sure looks like penalty. We said takeout and he said no. Who are we to argue with partner here. He's probably 4333 or 4324.
Roger Lee's lead problem: AQJ J3 985 KT974
J . Opp are bidding on shape lets cut down on ruffing value.
Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: J T8 KQT85 AT652
pass. We only have 1 def trick and we have NO idea what's going on. Don't double and bar partner from sacking 7d. I've once had an "expert" partner who had no idea what was going and doubled. I would've bid 7 had he passed instead ...
Kevin Fay's bidding problem: Q32 JT953 QJ 875
1nt, clearly where we should play and not enough def to convert 1hx.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: AQ96 AJ8 Q JT842
My agreement with partner is if we bid two suits bidding a new suit shows a stopper. Here I also want to look for 6c while I'm at it, we should have a 11 card fit and I have all suits controlled.
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