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Ugur Tas
Ugur Tas
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Oct. 15, 2012
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June 17
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1!S - 1N - 3!S - 4!H
What do you play 1 4?
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: AQJ986 7 98643 9
Because 6 might be easier against x xxx AKxxx Axxx
Winston Chang's bidding problem: J986542 K6 62 93
I would have bid 4s on the previous round.
Delayed spade overcall
I think 2 bidder has 4 s and 5+ s and short s. With minors reversed he could double with the intention of correcting 3 to 3.
Richard Granville's bidding problem: AQJ K K76432 AK8
KD Kxx xxxx QJX Q/Jxx?
Ilai Baniri's bidding problem: Kx KQJ Kx KQJTxx
We may make 3 nt with 2 aces in pd's hand as long as one of them is in s. We may make 5 with any 2 aces in pd's hand.
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: Q764 A4 AT7 KQ64
It is interesting all the discussion about pd having 6s. With six s pd would either open 2 or bid 4 now with sufficient values that make him able to bid 3s. I think he has 5s and gf values (may be a little less ...
Soumya Das's bidding problem: x x AJTxx AT9xxx
Pd can't have sufficient hearts to make 4 s against pd announced minors after passed 2. I bid 5 and think that this is authorised information.
Gabriel Fractman's bidding problem: ATx QJ987 --- K9432
I am not that sure that 2 is silly. First of all it doesn't have the preemptive effect on bidding as 2 does. For example if pd bids 2 over it i can conclude that pd isn't likely to cover all the loosers that my ...
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: AQ5 AKQ63 943 63
I strongly feel that opening anything but 1NT is wrong with this hand.
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