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

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Deborah, Chris, Greg, Eva
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ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Paul Block's bidding problem: A5 A86 74 KQ9653
1. No hurry to bid NT without any tenaces to protect.
How should the director rule
[b]If we assume 3 was natural, it would also be forcing [/b] Forcing 3 by a passed hand?
Malcolm Pryor's bidding problem: T9654 KT853 --- Q82
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: KQ AQ95 KJ43 JT9
A question for the people voting for double. LHO has an opening hand (a minimum of 12 HCP?) and responder shows 6-9. That doesn't leave much for partner, even less if opener has some extras. Are you worried about going -200 at the 3 level if partner is broke ...
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: 43 A65 QT953 K74
[b]Odd that you don't actually mention what your hand was.[/b] 5 T92 74 AQJ9532
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: 43 A65 QT953 K74
[b]At the table[/b] NS are cold for 5. The entire field, except for us, was in 4 making 11 tricks. Us? We defended 5x, -850, for an absolute bottom. My 5 bid was not a thing of beauty and easily could have been wrong ...
Camille Cros's bidding problem: Tx x AQxxxx J9xx
I don't see why this is a forcing pass situation. South has made an invitational bid. North has taken no further action. Why is this forcing?
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: AKx AJ8xxx QT xx
[b]3H will likely make 3Nt impossible to reach[/b] If South has something in clubs, a 3 western cue will get NS to 3N.
How do you ask for aces?
North has a 20 count opposite a 15-17 NT. 4C Gerber, find out you're off an ace, and bid 6N.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: Q85 A96 94 AQ986
East is stubborn. When I presented the result of this poll, the only comment was "I have an opening hand. I'm bidding".
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