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Thomas Berg
Thomas Berg
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Member Since
Feb. 26, 2011
Last Seen
9 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
Country
Denmark

Bridge Information

Member of Bridge Club(s)
One Eyed Jacks, Copenhagen.
Favorite Conventions
2-way Stayman and "Pass is the weakest bid"
BBO Username
beccamin
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None
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The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Damo Noir So it is only a hypothesis. :)
The Talk That Never Was: The Blue Team Rule
@Damo Nair Did they (Belladonna - Avarelli) or did they not change their system from 1959 to 1966?
You be the judge!
Partners hand was: AK8 K9 AK1072 AQ5 http://www.pzbs.pl/wyniki/liga/liga2018-19/ekstraklasa/rr1b-3.html Table number 2 open room.
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It is the only option when partner has denied a club control!
You be the judge!
Actually partner had only 23p. The slow pass can only show less than promised but having a club control. What else? :)
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@Tomasz Radko Please read my comment further up this thread. :)
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"USING THE METHODS OF THE PARTNERSHIP". Exactly - but this seems to be forgotten in asking peers. 4D denied club control. So only way to stop in 4S seems to be a fast 4S in this pairs methods.
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A quick 4S seems to be only sign off!
You be the judge!
@Chris Gibson The TD made it a LA question. IMO it is an UI question cause you know for 100% sure partner has a club control. In most LA questions you do not know for sure why partner was huddling. But in this case you know. That`s why I ...
You be the judge!
Partner had less than 24p. He had 23p BUT he had club control. Only way to show this is to pause for more than a minut and then bid 4S! And a quick 4S denies club control. Bidding can be so much more than just sophisticated! ;( ;(
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