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Steve Stewart
Steve Stewart
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Aug. 13, 2013
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Mark Jones's lead problem: T96 873 6 J97532
Since partner did not overcall, X 3N, or otherwise act it's hard to see this going down unless we can run the clubs. Would lead T at matchpoints.
Lars Allard's bidding problem: A8 AK832 QT83 95
Must be a BIT problem, seems pretty clear to pass.
John Liukkonen's bidding problem: Q9843 K92 AK7 AQ
X, the most flexible action. Raise a 3 response to 4, otherwise rebid 3N. Pard can then pull to 4 with a 5-bagger. An immediate 3N is likely to end the auction when we may have a better strain.
Comments on this auction, please
Auction was fine up until West bid 5. West should not sign off, and East has too much to pass.
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: J965 A72 JT6 Q97
I like my spot cards but the shape is terrible.
Alan Frank's bidding problem: A7643 8 AJT8 J63
Sure, you might go for a number but I can't imagine not overcalling with this.
Phillip Martin's bidding problem: K93 QT987 KQT64 ---
I want to bid 2, but most of our high cards in the red suits are not likely to be working. The club void at first looks nice, but I'd much rather have Kx or something which will help set up his side suit.
ATB - 21 HCP 3NT game
I'm also in agreement with this. North should not pass 3N since his raise is based on distribution, not high cards. He has no help for partner's hearts and the spade ace rates to be facing shortness. Notrump rates to play quite poorly.
Mark Jones's bidding problem: 9532 Q8 A5 AKQT5
3. Where I live. Not thrilled with this, but x may get a lebensohl response into 3, and my spades are also quite weak.
Jack Spear's lead problem: A Q32 Q2 AKT8432
Dummy likely has good spades, a club void and a source of tricks in one of the red suits. Diamonds is more likely to be dummy's suit since I'm shorter there, so I lead a heart, hoping to set up a trick before my spade is knocked out.

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