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Grant Boadwine
Grant Boadwine
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May 22, 2016
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Dec. 7
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Schrödinger's Dummy Rights
Is it improper to break tempo when your right hand opponent leads from the wrong hand for the purpose of letting partner make the decision to accept the lead?
Rich Newell's bidding problem: AJ9873 T75 AKT Q
6 I accept your slam try. I have a great 1 opener. I know little about hearts and nothing about clubs. Partner pick 6 or 7.
Robert Schachter's bidding problem: KJ3 AQ5 AKJ964 A
I would open 2. 2 requests 2. Then bid 2NT. The hand is too strong for 2, 2, 2NT. Hopefully the room over 2NT gives the partnership room to get to the proper contract.
Ruling Question
First, what does the convention card say? Are systems on? Is Stayman checked? It is for the majors but does not promise both. Second, East can count. Partner can not have much, thus all pass says is 2 is an ok place to play. I do not have a ...
Richard Granville's bidding problem: JT976 KQ 9732 98
Either 2 or 4 never 3. He said if u like your hand bid 4. Works sometime.
This isn't "Just bridge"? USBC Appeal #2
I do not see all the comments attempting to explain what the bidding means as relevant to the post. What is important is what did it mean to the pair bidding it. I have no where near the expertise at this level but would have a definite purpose to this ...
Mike Cassel's bidding problem: T9762 A86 5 A642
If 2 is a game force this bid does not overstate my values except for club length. I know we will get to 4s. If partner shows minimum it should be easy to sign off at 4. If he has extras he has lots of room to ...
How Many Hearts?
Daniel Sonner's bidding problem: AQJ6 A8 AJ5 QJ73
Reversing with 2 allows for a slow down bid of 2. Any other bid by responder is forcing. After hearing 2. a 3jump says bid four with the bestter bad hand.
How do you against this 2D?
We use them against weak two bids and in some sequences where you hope partner knows you are competing but may not have a strong hand.
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