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David MacRae
David MacRae
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Aug. 3, 2015
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I don't agree with this on several counts. First off, the play of the Q is just crazy. If my lead was from Jx (J10 doubleton!), partner just blew the entire suit. Second the play of the K does not, IMO, deny the Queen. On contrary I ...
David MacRae's bidding problem: Q3 QJT32 76542 Q
To offer a choice of games.
Underleading aces.
If I understand the OP correctly, he is talking about underleading an Ace in the middle of the hand. Not at the opening lead; after it. If so, this is indeed a common practice which is often the only way to give declarer a guess. Sometimes the only way. For ...
Robert Thorstad's bidding problem: Q9632 9753 2 AK9
The only sensible choices are Double and 2. To me 2 shows a invitational hand with 5 - which is what I have. Why shouldn't it? Probably I will get the chance to show my hearts later although if 2 gets passed out I won't ...
Jess Cohen's bidding problem: 7 6432 QT6 K7432
Agreed. However the queen of diamonds might affect my choice of bid. Without it i would choose 3
Guess?
It is really hard to find a hand for West. We know he has at least four diamonds and a stiff club. Why did he play the K? Can he possibly have the Ace? And BTW, who has four hearts? My line plays him for something like Jxx Kxxx ...
Guess?
Plus a stiff?
Guess?
I assume that I am playing against poor players. There is no other explanation for the fact that I am playing 2 when they have a nine-card fit and 23 good High Card Points (we have all the queens...). We already know that West passed 2 with an ...
Richard Traxler's bidding problem: K75 Q52 J63 9743
Vulnerable, 1NT is just too much. There are so many ways for this to go wrong even aside from the spectre of the dreaded 200. Let's say that the limit of the hand is 1NT their way (probably the single most likely prospect with this hand). Then we have ...
Robb Gordon's bidding problem: J96 K2 JT9862 Q8
What I should have bid last time.
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