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Walter Schmid
Walter Schmid
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Dec. 17, 2016
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Walter Schmid's bidding problem: K 984 A AQJ98432
At another table West passed and North opened (1S). So South asked for Key Cards and bid (6C).
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: K 984 A AQJ98432
If partner could bid 3S with 7 or 8 HCP, then I don't think 4C could be forcing. Partner would also know that South would strain to balance. North Hand S: AXXXX H: AXXXX D: X C: KX
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: K 984 A AQJ98432
Shouldn't partner have close to (15 hcp) to overcall at the three level? Does (4C) invite slam?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A875 T4 6 AJ8765
That's what I tried to tell my partner but for several days he did not agree. It took a pipe wrench to get him to see the light.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A875 T4 6 AJ8765
I gave this problem to 8 people and they all bid (5C). I'm surprised that there are no votes for (5C). Then they tell me I (South) should now bid (6C) with my two doubletons.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A875 T4 6 AJ8765
I guess I need a refresher course in typing.
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A875 T4 6 AJ8765
SOUTH HAND S: XX H: AKQJX D: XX C: KQXX
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: A875 T4 6 AJ8765
4NT (Key Card Blackwood) would be an option. If South bids (5C) to show (1 KC), North can pass. I prefer the (4D) splinter which gives South a clear cut (4NT) bid. After South bid (2C), North's hand is now worth about (19 pts). You will be amazed at ...
Richard Granville's bidding problem: --- A82 KJT974 AQ83
Weren't all the doublers told to vote 7NT? Why didn't they obey? Was that a red herring?
Walter Schmid's bidding problem: 943 Q KJT32 Q843
South showed zero HCP, (possible yarborough) yet North still tried for slam forcing South to the (five level). South's hand is way better than what he showed so it's time for South to take the bull by the horns or the other end and bid slam. Not sure ...
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