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David MacRae
David MacRae
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Member Since
Aug. 3, 2015
Last Seen
Oct. 11
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Anant Rathi's lead problem: T92 T95 QT96 J73
Hearts are clearly better!
Richard Traxler's lead problem: T932 K76 A52 965
This question is badly posed. First off, playing IMPs I lead a heart and I don't think the choice is close. The objective is to beat the contract and spades are not promising at all for this purpose. I am going to try to find partner's suit. At ...
Scrambling or GOSH
It's not scrambling. Natural and game forcing. Normal expectations: 5+ clubs and exactly 3 hearts. OR a huge hand.
Double of an "either/or bid"
Agreed. This is a good meta-agreement to have over an undiscussed bid when pard opens 1NT.
What is safe? 2.0
yes, thank you.
Barry Dehlin's bidding problem: K8732 A954 2 A87
No
David MacRae's bidding problem: JT QJT74 Q3 A973
As I said earlier, I did not hold this hand. It seemed clear from the table discussion that both players thought they had an agreement but they disagreed on what it was.
David MacRae's bidding problem: JT QJT74 Q3 A973
I don't know what they play was although I will say that the hand opposite falls into a standard 11-14 range. I have figured out how to fix the problem. You can now Double if you want.
David MacRae's bidding problem: JT QJT74 Q3 A973
There should be an additional Pass.The problem belongs to the west hand. I fixed the article to add the additional Pass.
David MacRae's bidding problem: JT QJT74 Q3 A973
It is much more likely to "wake her up". Is that a legitimate reason for bidding? What about bidding 3 and correcting diamonds to hearts" Is it reasonable to sell out to 2 with at least half the desk, a quality heart suit and a known fit for ...
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