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David MacRae
David MacRae
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New Suit Jump In Response to Weak Two
the .5 refers to the queen.
Trick 2 Defense
I'm not proposing it but if pard has the A and two trumps ducking is clearly superior.
Should this bid be reported to the director ?
I phrased it badly. Sorry. I don't live in the world you do. In mine the declarer, who is a GLM, was utterly astonished that I saw through his subterfuge. I like to think that I am moving up a level to the point that I might have to ...
Should this bid be reported to the director ?
@Micheal and Richard. Everything you say is undeniably true. In the real world, however, it never seems to work that way. People don't play double games and people do check on aces.
Should this bid be reported to the director ?
Table feel is also a factor - and both these considerations pointed to the same conclusion. However, the auction remains the dominant issue. The vast majority of people would check up on Aces reflexively - and why not? You are very unusual in this regard. Had he thought to complete the illusion ...
Should this bid be reported to the director ?
I had the following auction bid against me recently by two good players. 1 - 1 3 - 3 4 - 6 What's this? Opener cuebid his own suit, apparently denying a club control and then responder blasts slam without even bothering to check for Key ...
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: AT765 J76 2 AK76
Second choice: 3
Saving at MP?
I see this kind of comment so often on this forum. It always gets likes - and yet it is so [i]so[/i] wrong. So tell me, what other bed would you have preferred to make on the previous round? 5? That's simply insane. I see the arguments ...
I DO NOT Know What To Say.
I used Uber every day in Las Vegas. Cost was roughly $10 each way.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: J9742 QJ843 9 Q3
If (when) 4 gets doubled, I run to 4, which should surely show this.
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