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William Kochneff
William Kochneff
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June 28, 2014
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William Kochneff's bidding problem: 2 A5 T9643 AK842
Sometimes you end up with a partner where situations like this haven't been discussed. I'm sure you have played with someone with whom you have not partnered frequently. This was the case here and therefore why the methods were not stated. I'm guessing most partnerships have never ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 3 AT5 AQ62 AKQ74
responders bids over 2D: 2N is weak, forcing opener to rebid 3C with a minimum reverse. Responder then can pass. With enough go to game opposite opener's minimum reverse, every other bid is a game force. 3C shows four plus club support and slam interest if opener isn't ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 3 AT5 AQ62 AKQ74
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William Kochneff's bidding problem: 2 A5 T9643 AK842
Good to be on the same page. Assuming 2N is 11-12, 3C should be non forcing.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 42 7 AT9873 AKJ5
You're right. 3C can be passed. And, if partner passes 3C, you're probably in the right place. If partner has something like Kxx, AKJx, xx, xxxx, where do you want to be? As far as an "unwillingness" to play NT, what about your hand screams NT over suit?
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 3 AT5 AQ62 AKQ74
All the north hand showed was a minimum reverse without a heart stopper. It is much stronger than that. Another call is warranted, especially with south's 3C call. It's chilly for 6C. Partner has AJx, Kxxx, Kx, Jxxx. I like 4D, but 4C is good too. With partner ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: 42 7 AT9873 AKJ5
You have a twelve count with partner on a passed hand. If you belong in 3N, I'm pretty sure partner will bid it after your 3C call. 3C is the correct bid. Played with top pairs at both tables in a regional swiss, both souths bid 3N, -200. 5C ...
William Kochneff's bidding problem: AQ9632 5 6 A7432
I agree. Doesn't partner's 2H bid scream misfit? At any rate, what's the hurry to bid? Partner will get another chance.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: AQ9632 5 6 A7432
Two things. One, this hand screams misfit. Two, what kind of a hand do you think partner has? If you don't know, pass could easily be in order. Partner gets another chance, you know. However, you are not alone in your thinking.
William Kochneff's bidding problem: KQT8642 --- AKT54 6
I like this bid, as long as it shows a strong preference toward spades. Especially at MPs, you don't want responder choosing the minor with a singleton spade and three little diamonds. It would seem reasonable to play 4H this way, given that you can reserve michaels for hands ...
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