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Aloke Chakraborty
Aloke Chakraborty
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Sept. 13, 2016
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ATB-aggressive game (matchpoints) down 1
If you are playing strong NT, then fault is more with West.
What is the best line of play?
@ Kit-- If the finesse loses, is it not down already even if finesse works barring KQ bare ?
Richard Traxler's lead problem: 864 7 AKQ93 T763
If partner being a singleton thought it prudent to ruff then he should think that why I would waste Q in the first place when I had Q trick assured ? Moreover if I had 6 carder ,I would have lead a small one at trick 2.
Best line to make 4 spades
Cash A before leading a .
Best line to make 4 spades
A , finesse & next in hand A .This caters for KQx, KQ with East & KQ with West.
Play or defend?
A , K ,ruff a , A discard a , ruff a ,low ducking to K. Almost same play for Spade & Club lead, end playing West with ducking to Heart K.
3NT - perhaps this is where Jim is heading
Other. Imo, this may be a long suit & asking for a stopper to pass 3nt otherwise bid 4 for rescue.
Struggling on high level
If that is so (truly unlimited), these sorts of situations bound to happen more frequently than others.
A Difficult Hand
A , AK ,ruff a ,A ,K. South wins. 1) South leads a -- ruff in dummy , low to K (North does not ruff) ,ruff a , lead ,you will get 2 more tricks. If North ruffs then also same type of play after North leads a ...
Missed Vulnerable Game (ATB)
If this was created as bidding problems with North & South hands separately replies would surely be very interesting. Giving both the hands together tends to create resulting.
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