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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Jan. 19, 2011
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Bulgaria

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Hank Youngerman's bidding problem: 952 QT94 KJ85 AJ
This must be a trick question.
Is 3x - (pass) - 3y forcing or non-forcing
Very much depends on preempting style, if you are opening very light, NF has a lot of upside.
Richard Lawson's bidding problem: K42 AQ643 K98 J2
Hand 1: 1H 2D 3D 4C 4D 4H(cue) 4S 4NT (aces) - slam Hand 1 if playing kickback: 1H 2D 3D 4C 4D 4NT (heart cue, denies spade cue) 5c 6D (last train, shows spade cue) Hand 2: 1H 2D 3D 4C 4D 5C (denying spade and heart control) 5D
Have you heard of this lead agreement?
Doesnt seem like a good idea against NT
Deb Paul's bidding problem: A53 KQJ K4 KT973
Overcalling 1NT would have this a lot easier.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: K7432 J2 KQ2 KJ2
For me it is clearly splinter for hearts.
Does 2!d response to 1M ideally promise 5 !ds?
Agree, with a balanced hand and a poor diamond suit, I would much rather respond 2
How Would You Interpret This Double?
Hard to believe you can have a penalty double being a passed hand, when partner has only overcalled at 1 level.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: 432 QJ742 9 8654
I think partner is allowed to bid a minor only if lacking 4 spades. With 3253 he may bid clubs but that would be quite unlucky.
Anthony Pettengell's bidding problem: AQ J97 AKT KQ763
I thought the choice was before bidding 1NT and double.
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