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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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Peg Kaplan's bidding problem: A6 AKT6 AKT4 974
I think in Europe you would expect double as support double (without discussion). So if you pass 2, you usually have no -support, not a good hand with minors or a strong balanced hand. I think partner should not always double with weak hands as we can t really ...
8 ever or never
are most likely 2-2.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: QJ976 AQ AQJ9 T8
I agree that 2 will be passed quite often, but actually there is no fit. Are there many hands that make a game when partner has 9-10 HCP?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: QJ976 AQ AQJ9 T8
That sounds easy to me. I bid 3.
Common Game #12 7-15-19
I saw: 2N-3H-3S-4C-4D(good hand)-5D(exclusion)-5S(03)-6S
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A75 AQ6 KQ765 AK
I like your analyse, John. How would your partner bid a hand missing the 10 of clubs?
What is the correct TD decision and why?
Barry, I have followed the comments for a long time. I can t let this one stand without response. I posted all the information that was given to the TD. The pair never gave a system card to the TD, but the TD knows that they play Blue Club. I ...
What is the correct TD decision and why?
The system used is indeed Blue Club. But not used at world class level in this case.
What is the correct TD decision and why?
The rest of the auction was quite quick, the 5H-call took about 1 minute or more.
What is the correct TD decision and why?
What would you do if everyone at the stage has played the same boards and you have no other players available?
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