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Eric Kehr
Eric Kehr
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Sept. 15, 2015
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about me

Club player in the UK. My good results at the local clubs say a lot more about the standards locally than they do about my own modest skills.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Name this Squeeze
I make it a point to know the name of every woman who's ever squeezed me. Especially if it's a strip squeeze.
Death Distribution
At the bottom of page 5, partner plays 10 rather than 10.
common game thursday May 18
Whether I want to play a 5-3 fit on the first hand depends on what opener has in . Give him AKJ KQ96 J7 AK52 and I definitely want to play in !
Is this offensive?
Presumably you would also say that if they weren't offended then he wasn't offensive. But what if one was offended and the other wasn't?
Is this offensive?
Offense is not something which is given; it is something which is taken.
Bidding plan?
I agree with Steve. I think you need to raise on both strong and weak hands in this position, so that opponents have to guess what to do.
Rajesh Tibrewala's bidding problem: xx T KQxx AKQxxx
I'll take away some room and indicate to partner a good lead. 3 It would be nice to know exactly what sort of GF hands are and aren't included in the 2 bid
Should Michaels require an alert?
True - but since the suggestion of many good players is to "always ask", it mightn't take too much extra time - and would save time at the end of the auction as well.
Should Michaels require an alert?
I don't see the benefit of alerts early in the auction, where this issue of asking or not asking thus giving UI to partner often arises. I would much rather have the meaning of every call in, say, the first two rounds announced, so that people find out the ...
You open -- partner bids at 1-level -- they interfere -- You bid 2N
If pass implies a minimum balanced hand (i.e. 15-16 in a weak NT context), what do you do with say x Kxx AQJxx Qxxx after 1 1 (2)? I think playing weak NT you need to give up the support double, and play that double shows ...
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