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Jordan Lampe
Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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about me

Live in New York City, starting bridge again after a 15 year hiatus. 

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United States of America

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BBO Username
greenj
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Life Master
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Kevin O'Dea's bidding problem: 95 7 AKQJ65 J864
Looks like a good time for the old invitational jump shift
Soumya Das's bidding problem: xx AKJxxxx x KQx
Maybe so, but I am missing quite a lot of aces opposite a Partner who passed my last train...
Ping Hu's bidding problem: KJ872 T852 76 T6
I agree that Pass is "no preference" ... but on this particular hand, I think I have around 3 more tricks in spades than I do in hearts. In the likely case that Partner pulls to 2 I'll bid 2 and no harm done.
Ten Seconds
Write "Hand this convention card to your opponents at the beginning of each round" in large, friendly letters at the top of the CC. Then have everyone hand 'em over. Pass to the left.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: 85 Q753 Q74 AJ83
You got me there.
Richard Fleet's bidding problem: 85 Q753 Q74 AJ83
As for me, I didn't see any note about 2NT being a lebensohl type bid in the OP. Also, I don't play that. So for me, 2NT seems prefect... if I had 10-11 with a stopper I would've bid 2NT the last time, so how can I ...
Penalty or Takeout?
Whatever double would've been in the sequence 1NT-(2 natural)-X.
Nathan Finkle's bidding problem: A96543 Q 9 K9743
Isn't 3 basically a transfer to 4?
Harrison Luba's bidding problem: KJ87 T6 Q AQJ8xx
Do you trust your partner or the opponents?
One hand makes the day worthwhile
If 1a-1b-1NT-2NT-3-3NT shows a balanced strong NT (15-17), and the 1NT bid showed a balanced weak NT (12-14), then ... who cares? Why not just bid 3NT directly?
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