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Jordan Lampe
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June 17, 2015
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about me

Random brige player in New York City.  If you like backgammon, check out my site: www.dailygammon.com

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United States of America

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greenj
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Silver Life Master
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Matchpoint Defense Trick 1
Sometimes people get derailed by the bidding and instead of answering the interesting question about defense say things like "I'd never be in this situation because I would've bid xxx", or in this case, "I'd never ever ever play with a partner who wanted to play this ...
How Likely to Make?
run a simulation?
Which Slam Is Best
also an extra 's' in "disstribution"
What should E play after partner leads AC and why
How much of this nuance are you required to inform declarer of?
Interference after Precision 2!C-2!D
That looks sensible except there's no way for Responder to make a penalty double.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: AQ84 AKT73 K5 98
Use 2 for Flannery and then keep your weak 2
Plan your defence
Can I assume it's IMPs because at matchpoints I would have a clear 3 bid?
Adriaan Lucassen's bidding problem: JT42 6 5 QT98762
I'm pretty sure I wasn't invited to the party.
Miroslav Kovacevic's bidding problem: KQxx T9xx --- ATxxx
That makes it sound like you believe 3 is less accurate. Or perhaps that you don't trust your Partner to use his brain.
Donald Lurie's bidding problem: AQ84 AKT73 K5 98
2 is the systemic response to 1NT forcing after starting 1 with 4=5=2=2. This particular hand you might upgrade to 2NT, but subtract a jack (say make the hearts AQTxx) and you just bid 2 and ... it's fine. Worst case is Responder had ...
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