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David Carlisle
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Eric Sieg's bidding problem: K4 KQ8 QT9762 86
depends on overcalling style--i think 21c here at these colours is never going to be poor. 3nt is a game at least---the pt out bid is dbl.
Another "What is this double"?
same as the first double but with extra values and likely spade shortage. Sorry misrad it in my view it is lead directing :)
Your Opinions, Please
One i can say is that 1 and 2 in this sequence will almost certainly have been discussed by nearly all semi regular partnerships. The default position will be natural. I find it hard to imagine this sequence has not come up before.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AT643 A53 763 AK
Richard you are right but using 2nt as forcing game try releases a direct 3 as a slam try.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: AT643 A53 763 AK
Good method Kieran but I would use 3 as a hand with slam potential not so far from the hand in question.
Eric Leong's bidding problem: 754 764 AK96543 ---
I agree that the first round pass has not worked well
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: AJ652 AKJ873 T3 ---
My guess is that it will make anyway.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: AJ652 AKJ873 T3 ---
6 is not a bad shot--you may ny get a diamond lead and they may save.
The Best Bridge Writer
There two books worth e mention The Walk of the oysters and right through the pack.
Jim Houghton's bidding problem: AQJx xx KJx xxxx
I will make two points firstly 1 is almost obligatory in third and secondly not best in last seat, better 1nt 11-13.

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