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Yordan Boychev
Yordan Boychev
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Member Since
Jan. 19, 2011
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
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Jim Rasmussen's bidding problem: 98 JT642 Q43 K63
They might as well save if you bid 6 with confidence
Dick Vatter's bidding problem: J7 QJ63 A8753 74
Prefer 2NT last round
Counter-Defenses to Defenses to our 1NT Opening showing Majors
DOuble Takeout, 3 Level some form of lebensol
Robin Hillyard's bidding problem: --- Q9 T76542 95432
Well even if the diamonds dont run, we have the clubs in reserve.
Mason Barge's bidding problem: 86 AK843 Q5 AJ75
Looks like partner is very short in clubs and also has no heart support. This leaves him with a lot of diamonds and a good hand. I want to make a move towards 6d and I feel that 4 is a good start.
What other sport or mind game competition allows bad players to become champions by hiring good players ?
I dont see a reason why you cant the same in chess, assuming you are in a team of 6 or so.
Your bid?
I like X or 2, even 3 might work against this opening. Only call I really hate is pass.
What do you say if anything?
Other: it depends who your partner is
How Not To Fill Out a Convention Card Part 1
I cant think of a reason to bid again having described your hand so accurately.
Phil Clayton's bidding problem: 4 T7 Q7652 KQJ83
Pass. Second choice is 3

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