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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: A654 QJ AK654 87
All other bids are natural (including 2N)
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 53 Q98654 8 AK64
3 would be preemptive, everything else would show a good hand, as it it forcing opposite a D-weak 2
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AK54 K8 AQJ7654 ---
On 4NT as RKC 6 would show an odd number of Keycards and a void. Would you expect that to be the case here?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K98 K7 76 KQ9864
Unfortunately no, but with all may partners and three different threatments it would never include this hand.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: KQTxx x KJx A8xx
On 3 there is some space left, so 3NT can still be reached. Also there is a difference between Major+minor and minor+minor. But I see your point with the mentioned hand. I just have made some bad experience as responder in this situation. It seems I always ...
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: KQTxx x KJx A8xx
Benoit: Your System is always very sophisticated. So I am surprised that you have to bid 2N with a 55. That doesnt seem right to me. In the actual situation you probably have to bid 3 as a 5-4 in clubs can make 6 good. Else I think ...
Declining the revoke penalty
Jacob, is this article available? Danish is ok
Assume It Is Off
If south discovers the 3145-shape and 14-16 HCP lots of hands are better in 5 or 6 than 3N. In my favorite strong Club system we would find out, but I am Not sure what South decides. 2-2-3-3-3 Shows 14-16 with 3145
Test for experts or for...bots
It seems like I live on a totally different bidding planet. South can t have a maximum with 6s in my world. (One of you previous suggestions) In my world they also have about 32-33 HCP after this auction or why would they bid 6NT? In fact it doesnt ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q2 KQ7 T3 AKQJT3
Not necessary. Double with 3 . Spade raise or splinter with 4

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