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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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12 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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Chris, Deborah, Eva, Greg
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Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: 72 A2 KJ AT87432
Double because I think 6 is going down plus it has the added chance that partner will lead dummy's first bid suit, establishing a possible diamond trick while I still have trump control.
East gets 45% for the double and another 45% for 2. West gets 10% for agreeing to play with East.
Türker Tarhan's bidding problem: K7654 J3 A7665 K
I passed, but if the 5 of diamonds were another 6, I might open.
Bob Simkins's bidding problem: 7 J86532 8654 T7
It's a trade-off. I prefer to play 3 as preemptive. I can pass if I've got nothing, so 2 over 1 shows some values.
Bob Simkins's bidding problem: 7 J86532 8654 T7
They wouldn't be at 3 had I bid 3 at my first opportunity.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: KQ9874 KQT7 K KJ
In the original post. 2NT: Forcing heart raise
Optimum contract at Swiss teams
[b] At the table [/b] Partner and I got to 4 via 1 - 2N; 3 - 4. I got a diamond lead. Spades were 3-2 and diamonds 3-3 (queen offside) so wound up making 7. My partner and I were wondering if we should have gotten to ...
Optimum contract at Swiss teams
Ed, the "why" is what I'm looking for. Going down in a slam when your opponents have stopped in game can lose IMPs just as can stopping in game when the opponents make slam.
Marten La Haye's bidding problem: 4 AT6 AQ654 AKJ8
3 would have been ok with a running minor. Lacking one, I would have bid 3 instead of 3.
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: KQ9874 KQT7 K KJ
So after South bids a [b]game forcing [/b] 2NT, a bid of 3 is not forcing? Incredible!
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