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Maybe partner has a hand with a singelton in major. How does he find out if you have the right major ace - if you only have one ace? It can often be a little difficult when you play cuebids and RKC like most of us do.;)
April 13
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Which Rivera?
April 13
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Does partner blast?

IMO he is showing a hand which can win 6C or 6D based on his information from your 2 bids. What kind of hand can that be? Then you must decide if your 2 aces and 2 minor queens is such a nice surprise for partner that you can bid 7C.
April 12
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I show count!
March 29
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Partner must have maximum ( else he pass ) and now shows keycards 1 or 4 ( or 0 or 3? ). Anyway I bid 6sp. If partner has only 2 spades I expect him to bid 6NT cause I can not have 6+ spades.
March 22
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See you soon in Wroclaw? :)
March 22
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Does Norths 3sp promise support or can partner have 2 spades.?
March 22
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Thx. :)
March 17
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#MeToo ;);)
March 17
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@Eduard.
And when partner has refused the trialbid in 3H by bidding 3S?
I guess 3H is a long suit trialbid.
March 17
Thomas Berg edited this comment March 17
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Zagorin - Diamond.

5 scandinavians including sherif Brogeland and the entertainer Fredin.

That`s the match of the day!
March 15
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Kelsey - and Reese a very close second.
Feb. 20
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I asked my 4 favorite partners - and they all lead a 2 to show club entrance for the second diamond ruff!

So they are still my favorite partners. :):)
Feb. 9
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@ Michael

W is 3442, N 4405 and E 2443.

N has AK74, A1098 - Q10987. Or even AK54, A865, - Q10974.

IMO diamonds lead stands out. It can be only lead to beat the contract - or the lead does not matter cause partner is so strong he can beat contract himself


And this is just two of many examples/constructions. :)
Feb. 9
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Either partner can beat the contract by himself - or he is void in diamonds (4-4-0-5) and ask for a diamond lead. So I lead a diamond.
Feb. 9
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But then it will be difficult/impossible for partner to know what to do/bid when you have no rules but YOUR judgement?!
Jan. 16
Thomas Berg edited this comment Jan. 16
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I took the spade finesse - and went one down.

West had Kx in spades and xx in hearts so spade to the ace and run hearts was the winning play.

But can anyone tell me best %-plan?
Jan. 15
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No no- they made no mistake so why should they? :)

What does “J/K” means?
Jan. 14
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E played 5 and then 9. Opponents played UDCA.

And cause opponents did not speak english (or danish) but only polish and I speak no polish I can not explain more about their carding. :)
Jan. 13
Thomas Berg edited this comment Jan. 13
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1 - 1
1 - 2
3 - 3
3 - 4
PASS

3 shows very good 4 card suit. Then N can bid 4. Known as the Norris Fit - first time bid by Georg Norris and me in 1982 in a teammatch in Studenterforeningens Bridgeklub. Our opponente were Dorthe and Peter Schaltz.
Jan. 13
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