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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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Bridge Player
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United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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Antonio Cocco's bidding problem: QT7 AJ852 AJ Q83
[b]What after pass - pass and double by partner?[/b] 3. Partner is a passed hand and is balancing on shape.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: AK AKQTx AKQ AKx
With my favorite partner playing Kokish relays, it's simple. 2 - 2; 2 - 2; 4N (shows a balanced 32-33 HCP). No, it hasn't come up yet, but we're prepared when it does. :)
Stefan Velja's bidding problem: J Ax KQxx AKJ9xx
[b]6NT[/b] Yeah, that singleton jack of spades is a solid stopper.
Owen Byer's bidding problem: KT3 Q 6432 AK762
This can be avoided if a 6N response shows the heart king and 7 shows a singleton heart.
An incredible bid my partner made
[b]Ducking is wrong[/b] I should have written "Rising is wrong ... ". Thanks Dave for catching this.
An incredible bid my partner made
Ducking is wrong only if East has the singleton ace and would South have bid 4 on 4 small?
continuance after a void response
I'll show a void if the opponents have bid a suit. Otherwise I am in agreement with you.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: J42 A AKT AKJT32
3N. Hoping for 2 black queens opposite.
Prahalad Rajkumar's bidding problem: K764 54 3 AQJT53
I agree with this approach and want to add that I'm bidding 4 over 2.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: J3 QJ7543 J5 JT2
A semi-balanced hand with no aces or kings, no real source of tricks, vulnerable at IMPs opposite a partner who couldn't act over 1N and I'm supposed to do something other than pass? That's beyond me.
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