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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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May 28, 2017
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ATB - -930
The double of 31c was absurd. This must surely be looking for money from 3--the double of 3 showed decent defence. I am somewhat curious about the 3 bbid. West's pass of the double is unbelievable.
What does this 4Heart bid mean ?
Such a method has merit especially if you have a decent 5431.
What does this 4Heart bid mean ?
do not put words into my mouth--did i say that? Although it is possible.
What does this 4Heart bid mean ?
transfer to diamonds and bid a major to show 5=4
What does this 4Heart bid mean ?
If you are playing money bridge then 21S is best with both majors since you will get to play the hand. On a more serious note the meaning of 4 is dependent on your methods. For example if you can transfer and bid 3 r 3 t ...
The shape of a weak 1x (1NT) 2y
There is little to be gained by bidding on total crap--one reason is a bad lead from partner. I think you need enough to expect they cannot make 3nt. one neglected area is where 1nt gets back to opener. I prefer to use double t suggest a higher ranking suit ...
How weak is an opener in Standard 2/1
The only pair who have great success opening on garbage is in my view Meckwell but I have no objection to the mini no-trump opening. Without that most flat 11 count openings in first two seats lose points.
What does this 4Heart bid mean ?
i was doing a bridge weekend with Reese and he was asked which major to bid first with both. He gave a pretty lengthy reply an later I asked him about and he replied--well I could hardly say who the hell cares. There can be systemic arrangements that determine the ...
How weak is an opener in Standard 2/1
I would not open with less than the actual hand so I must abstain.
Kibitzer draws attention to a false concession
Says more abut ppps who accepted the claim.

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