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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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April 12, 2016
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: AJ9742 AK3 K9 Q6
Sorry, had to fix something else and must have misclicked. Thanks for the response (also Paul and Dave)
Simon Weinberger's lead problem: 7654 AJ74 AJT8 2
No problem. Just surprised it is that clear. What is the reason for that?
Interesting Forcing Pass ATB Problem
I don t see why there shouldn t be a -ruff anyway.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K95 Q2 K9875 T98
Unfortunately I can t help you with this as I simply explained the bids as they were. Knowing the controls can change the auction. I tried my best to explain and was curious to see what the people will bid. Still surprised that nearly everybody bids 3N without a heart ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K95 Q2 K9875 T98
I see your point and I know that argument. Anyway in the presented problem you are better placed than if you bid diamonds in the first round. e.g. 1-(1)-2-(2)-3-P is harder I think as you havent limited yourself and opponents ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: K95 Q2 K9875 T98
If opponents bid , and s, how many trump suits should we suggest?
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: --- 9854 AKQT6 KQT6
Not intermediate, nothing else.
“Never preempt over a preempt”...what’s the intuition? (If you agree)
Harald, I agree often with you but here I am not entirely sure. In a natural system they open the hands 1s which are 2 for precision. 1 openers can be much more the 2 openers. Do you think that that is a weakness of precision?
Which road on play?
You can still make without finesse if hearts are 4-2 as long the spade make 5 tricks or am I wrong?
Which road on play?
No, 2-opening would be Multi.
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