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Collins Williams
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Feb. 4, 2011
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Raleigh Bridge Club
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Bronze Life Master
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BBO Declare Only Hand
I'm going to change the order of my spade plays. So.. to the A; does West follow?
BBO Declare Only Hand
My plan is an elimnination so I start: A; Ruff K A Ruff
What does 3!H mean in this auction?
Doesn't 2 indicate indifference between the majors? Or, at least, isn't that what partner is going to assume as a default?
Unnecessary Dentist
In the play diagram on page 8 the K is played to trick 5 instead of the Q. This results in West holding one too many cards for the remainder of the play.
John Torrey's bidding problem: 632 K96 AQ9 AT62
I was really surprised by this. The supporting argument in the quiz was that in this context 1 promised 5. I had never heard that.
Collins Williams's bidding problem: J53 J42 A42 KQ32
As a stopper ask
1NT is tough to defend
Knowing MP vs. Imps would be good... I went for SK anyway
BW 2/1: What is 2/1?
I think the second is very close but I would also use the shorthand "2/1" to describe a weak NT system using 5 card majors and in which 2/1 bids were game forcing .
After 1!C (P) 1!H (P) 1NT (P), under what conditions should you bid 2!H with a five-card heart suit?
I bid 2 if I think the won't provide tricks at NT. So outside entries (with some length) tend to argue against bidding
Fundamental Principle
In the play diagram on page 6. Trick 5 shows the 6 from east. Thanks for another great article.
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