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David Carlisle
David Carlisle
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Shireen Mohandes's bidding problem: --- KT93 87432 7652
You would maybe like to bid but you cannot since partner may well play you for more.
RUNT
I know the origin of that comment --it came from the London Duplicate Bridge club. A well known trick cyclist bid 1NT after the auction began 1 p 1--and his partner who held a flat 13 knew something was afoot and rapidly realised he was in trouble promptly ...
What is he thinking about?
Maybe thinking about what drink to order?
You know its not your night when...
Its the most frequently missed slam when there are two running suits.
1!d-1N foring
If as I assume 1 shows at least four and with four you are 4441?Maybe it can include longer club suit? Losing 1nt t play is problematic only at pairs.
Strong Club, Transfer Positives, 1Spade Neg.
For those that do not know Richard helped develop Cambridge Precision which was pretty complex and very advanced at the time. |I am more than happy to accept his judgement in this matter.
Peter Fordham's bidding problem: J76 AKQ93 984 85
Looking for 200 here--I would bid 3 at imps.
Anant Rathi's bidding problem: T7xxx Qx AJTx xx
I entirely agree that 5 over 4 is the best bid.
Shailesh Gupta's bidding problem: Axx Axxx K AKxxx
Should have asked what the double meant--thought it was a support double.
Greg Saunders's bidding problem: AT742 4 A986542 ---
2 is fine--the info you got is helpful. Partner is minimum and has spade support--which paradoxically makes the Richard Fleet scenario quite likely.
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