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David Carlisle
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Bob Okker's bidding problem: AK32 KJT2 --- A9876
You are likely to get 2 whatever you bid and partner can bid 2/ without extra strength after a 2 start. If you start with 1 you will find fit too but you will lose a potential 5-3 club fit.
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North might have opened but did not. He then proceeded to bid as if he had nothing and South bid his rear off because he knew his partner was a massive under-bidder. whether south is better doubling initially or not is a matter of style and might be interesting to ...
Simple Forcing Pass Situation?
That says it all.
Is pass forcing?
Mike there are many situations where knowing what you are doing requires agreement. By agreement I mean what you and partner decide--it may not be optimal but you have it covered. Here in my view if partner wanted to double he would have and if you double you need a ...
If a hesitation can be unethical can a quick bid also?
I have always been a fast player which has some in built advantages. I suppose when I did think a while partner knew I had a problem, and if it was during the auction I can honestly say I would not pass unless clearly forcing.
Comments on this auction, please
The 4 I am assuming is void showing and if so East can hardly pass 5. If he bids 5 then 5NT GSF gets the gold.
Systems with no forcing opening bid or with all 1-level openings forcing
Forcing pass systems fall into this category. I played against it once when Forester and Robson were experimenting. It forces you to completely change your methods. An obvious example is when RHO passes your 1NT opening is disrupted. I am not sure if they are no longer allowed but they ...
Is pass forcing?
Walking the dog? Not forcing for me.
Systems with no forcing opening bid or with all 1-level openings forcing
There was a transition version called Neapolitan Club and there were differences.
If a hesitation can be unethical can a quick bid also?
I have tried using more than one double card to make my intentions clear and it works quite well. :)
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