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Kit Woolsey
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Kit Woolsey is a world-class bridge and backgammon player, analyst, and writer. His most recent major victory was winning the Cavendish Invitational Pairs in 2011. He was elected to the ACBL Hall of Fame in 2005 and lives in Kensington, CA.

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Kit - Sally
Precision
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In another part of the forest
I don't see how declarer can go down if his shape is 4-6-2-1. He will simply play for the diamonds to be 4-2, in which case a diamond ruff gives him 6 hearts, 1 spade, 2 clubs, and 4 diamonds. Therefore, I must assume his shape is 4-5-3-1. If ...
Play 3NT
No. If the hearts are 4-4, that will just set up the fifth defensive trick when the queen of clubs fails to drop, so knocking out the ace of diamonds will not succeed.
Death Distribution
3. Partner's 2NT call asks if you have diamonds.
Play 3NT
You already won with the jack of hearts. If East has Axx of hearts the card he doesn't know about is the king of hearts. When you lead the low heart from dummy he will think you have the king, and is unlikely to see the need for going ...
Implications of the missing board 16
They have definitely been used in the team trials in the past. I can recall two incidents I was involved in regarding chess clocks from two different trials. In one incident, pair A was clearly taking more time than pair B. Going into the last board, there were only a ...
Play 3NT
The plays look very close to me. I think it more of an at the table decision, based on how confident West was with his opening lead (more confident with a 5-card suit), and how confident East was ducking. If I did choose the knock out the ace of diamonds ...
Death Distribution
Any port in the storm is fine. Now difference at all between playing the minor and the major. I don't understand your question. This treatment applies only when spades are the opponents' suit.
Death Distribution
Thanks. Fixed.
Oren's Bols Tip
Sorry, contract is 3NT as I'm sure you might have guessed. The bidding was a complex auction, not really relevant to anything. I was just telling a story.
You be the director!
I don't know the methods, but I would imagine that the 2 call asks West to bid his better major. If that is the case West did what he was supposed to do, so there is no UI issue as far as West's action is concerned. If ...
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