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Avon Wilsmore
Avon Wilsmore
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Member Since
May 5, 2011
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Bridge Player
Country
Australia

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Favorite Bridge Memory
A X of 3NT in 1981...
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Double Bay Bridge Centre
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Avon Wilsmore's lead problem: AQ2 JT95 T98 842
If I recall correctly, there was no Blue Club reverse into hearts. In any event, for this deal, you may assume that East's diamonds are longer than his hearts.
Avon Wilsmore's lead problem: KJT6 T632 9 8742
It's a chapter from a book... hopefully, out soon.
Avon Wilsmore's lead problem: AQ2 JT95 T98 842
From the Official Handbook: "It is hard to see where {South} got his double..."
checking the odds
Slam in a 5-4 fit will generally play markedly differently to slam in a 5-3 fit. It's important that both bidders know of what the partnership trump assets comprise.
Defense is hard
You are indeed correct; for some partnerships, pause-SP is what they play.
checking the odds
After 1M, methods that include partner making a GF 2/1 with four trumps need revision.
Gold Cup final stages - controversial end to semi-final
Also Italy vs Brazil, 1976 Olympiad.
Top Bridge Pros' Tax Woes Continue
http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/irs-of-norway-is-on-bridge-pros/
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: 4 A542 AJT72 Q64
Failing fancy agreement, I am with the "What else?" school. KQJ KQJxx Kx Jxx Down in 4 on a club ruff... perhaps we should have defended 3. Or maybe it's better to bid what's under our nose.
I broke my own rule today
New Science, Edgar Kaplan, The Bridge World, Dec 1956. Reprinted with Rubens' commentary, TBW, Dec 1997.
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