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July 11, 2011
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Sept. 15
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Sapphire Life Master
Tansu Aksu & Charlie Miner
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Paul Hardy's bidding problem: KQ8 AKJ54 --- AK964
we play 4cl special keycard asking over any weak 2 or 3, if partner gives me 1 KC, must be spades then i bid 7. i can 100% find a way to make 13 trick for ruffing d, and/or making 6 tricks in H and Clubs if doesn't ...
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John if 3H will make them bid 4H, then they will get doubled, non-issue
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if direct 4d is an invite, bidding 2d first then correcting to 4d can be used for forcing
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3 H is forcing 4d should be an invite
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To me Ottlik's "Adventures" is the best book, Darvas's "Ace of Diamond" story in the "Right thru the pack" is the best play, Reese and Kelsey are the best writers from the past, and i think Krzysztof Martens is a great writer should be listed as well
What does 3 spades mean here
in real life my hand was x, AQJxx, QT98x, xx far from perfect and hoping to see no wasted values in spades..-
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i always wondered why some comments are hidden, now i know
What does 3 spades mean here
well if opener had 4spades, wouldn't he respond to checkback with 3SP instead of 3H? And if responder bids 3NT he then could go back to 4H with 4324 hand? or pass to 3nt with 4333.
Advice needed - Kaplan Inversion/Flannery players welcome
very simple solution; always bid NT if thats an option
What does 3 spades mean here
It's a sort of Lebensohl. Regardless of which minor partner opens , after 1m-1M, 2NT bid, 3cl is always weak hand and relay to 3D and responder places the contract; either pass to 3d or correct to 3M. Therefore 3D is always checkback. If the bidding goes 1x,1H,2nt-3H ...
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