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Eric Leong
Eric Leong
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Member Since
Jan. 26, 2011
Last Seen
6 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
United States of America

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ACBL Ranking
Emerald Life Master
Eric Leong
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Eric Leong/Steve Kennedy
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Nuno Miguel Marques Sousa's bidding problem: --- KQT42 2 J987543
Well your opponents are vulnerable versus not. The preemptor doubled four spades but his partner is going to pull to diamonds. Your opponents are not psychos. Meanwhile, your partner who likes to bid could be on the top 3% of his possible hands could have a make. I concede you ...
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: 9642 QJ7 T8 QT84
Double is not being speculative. It is just taking out insurance. Partner's reopening double suggests extras in prime cards which he should have in case there is no suit to takeout with and the double is left in. In three hearts, RHO will have to play the contract out ...
Jordan Lampe's bidding problem: 9642 QJ7 T8 QT84
Three hearts does not sound like a field bid. I would worry about two spades making for +110 when three hearts goes down one trick undoubled for +100. Please note, partner's double suggests extras with a hand with prime cards useful for offense as well as defense in case ...
Jascha Garre's bidding problem: A94 T643 AJ2 QT4
You already sent your message to partner. You don't have to repeat yourself again. For all you know your side can't even set four spades.
Nuno Miguel Marques Sousa's bidding problem: --- KQT42 2 J987543
I would run to five clubs because four spades doubled is a certain disaster but five clubs doubled may not be. Also, I would not bid 4NT trying to find the better heart fit. If partner say had H xxx and a stiff club I can see losing control of ...
Allen Kahn's bidding problem: J752 AQ632 Ax Q8
I don't understand not bidding two hearts to show your source of tricks. How do you expect to beat the other team on this board? One would think finding a decent slam the other side doesn't reach is the way you want to do this on this board ...
David Carlisle's bidding problem: J54 87654 AJ654 ---
Having to ask a pick up partner when you can get around to it in a minor tournament setting if he plays Exclusion Blackwood is like asking him if he plays the grand slam force.
Petter Bengtsson's bidding problem: J 7532 Q65 AKQ65
Passing is not going to get a club lead to set three notrump.
Sasha Cooper's bidding problem: AT963 8 A5432 98
It is a good idea to pass just to show partner you aren't random so he will be less random.
Bob Okker's bidding problem: KT87 T J97642 42
It is close but I pick the one bid that will screw my opponents the most.

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