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Your guess is as good as mine.
Sept. 17
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The real question is what to do when 2M comes back around to me. I'll pass or bid 2NT minors depending on how comfortable the opponents seem.
Sept. 17
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Partner knows what he has and it's not much since he didn't open in 3rd seat. He made a stupid bid and wants me to try and figure it out but I'm not falling for it. I'll bid my longest suit and let him do whatever he wants.
Sept. 17
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Partner is supposed to lead trump when I pass…
Sept. 15
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Give it up, Lynn.
Sept. 15
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10 highs, only 54 and no spots? Are you kidding?
Sept. 13
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Especially if you don't have to play it :)
2 is automatic regardless.
Sept. 13
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4C non-leaping Michaels
Sept. 13
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The second thing I would do is mark that convention off the card.
Sept. 13
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They may stand it if they have 7 club tricks plus a couple on the outside. I'll take my chances with 4 rather than trying to beat 3NT off the top.
Sept. 13
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Pass but I prefer rebidding clubs.
Sept. 13
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Mine also, but I hope partner agrees.
Sept. 13
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4, 3 was kind of an underbid and partner's 4 bid showed more than a minimum neg dbl so now I will bid game suggesting hearts along the way.
Sept. 13
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Toward more colorful language…
Sept. 13
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Since partner has already shown his hand withing narrow limits, why would the double not be penalties?
Sept. 12
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It had better be a good hand with GOOD diamonds. If you play ELC here then I am bidding 4. I'm bidding 4 anyway, if he has that good a hand then we can maybe make game. I am assuming the double is penalties since it wasn't alerted.
Sept. 11
David Boxley edited this comment Sept. 11
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Depends on whether you consider 3 as acceptance or minimum, partnership agreement.
Sept. 11
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I play that double shows a good hand with a preference for defense so it's 3 for me. This is definitely not invitational so if partner goes, he should have no problem making it.
Sept. 11
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Even if 4 is choice of games, is it really asking for pd to bid a 4 card spade suit?
Sept. 11
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Are you saying that an original 4 would be to play? If so, that's what I would bid.
Sept. 11
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