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David Boxley
David Boxley
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Member Since
March 9, 2012
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12 hours ago
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Bridge Player
about me

Haven't played seriously in over 25 years.

United States of America

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David Boxley's bidding problem: 9732 T5 AK875 Q3
Why does 1 show anything more than an opening hand? I have always played that a 1M rebid is forcing as long as responder had his 1st bid (not bidding to escape 1m). Maybe that is what you are saying, I don't know.
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: xx Kx KQxx KT98x
I thought 2 would show at least 5 diamonds but it may be correct anyway.
Shawn Drenning's bidding problem: 2 Q953 KT83 AKJ5
Pass, if partner doubles I will pull.
Ron Smith's bidding problem: AQ86 KJ654 7 KT2
.LTE. INV? Please translate Steve. And does "advancer's Q only force" refer to advancer's rebid after bidding 1? You have to remember, for all practical purposes, I quit playing about 30 yrs ago. You youngsters have to cut me some slack.
Martin Vasar's bidding problem: Kxxx AKQJ x Txxx
Maybe avoiding a number, your clubs are not all that good and partner has only promised 4. I also don't like having most of my hand in LHO's suit, where are his cards? I think it's close. Maybe I would change my mind at the table. Anyway ...
Emanuel Evacic's bidding problem: KJ9876 K43 K5 AQ
Yes Richard, but maybe from the wrong side by partner.
Merijn Groenenboom's bidding problem: AK7532 KQ72 92 J
I do, as in taking a position? But I still disagree :)
Péter Talyigás's bidding problem: KQ83 6543 AQ82 J
I tried to think if passing 5 could possibly be right but it still sounds like partner is cuebidding.
Martin Vasar's bidding problem: Kxxx AKQJ x Txxx
Close between pass and 3.
Emanuel Evacic's bidding problem: KJ9876 K43 K5 AQ
I can't construct a hand where partner has his bid and 6NT isn't almost laydown.

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