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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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Philly Slam Poll 2 of 3: ATB missed 6!D
It wasn't stated that 1 had promised 5s. Second, if North bids 4 he may as well b-wood since observing trump AK makes South unlikely to have a hand that may sensibly b-wood
Fourth suit after XYZ
Forgive my aberration, I still prefer to lead against 3N to go through xxx rather than Kx
Upcoming chart change looks HUGE for the open field.
That's ridiculous approach by ACBL - how about allowing for multi in a limited number of events so that the general public could get used to it?
11 tricks?
Thx, fixed
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: K3 AKJ854 A AKJ3
Sorry, should be AQ(T?)xx,x,xxx,xxxx
Philly Slam Poll 2 of 3: ATB missed 6!D
Not that difficult. Going through q-bids instead of B-wood by North shows trump worry, of which worry South hand is void
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: K3 AKJ854 A AKJ3
Do you play any form of weak 2? Could West by your agreements try to punt in 3 with AJxxx,x,xxx,xxxx or QJTxxx,x,xxx,xxx?
Fourth suit after XYZ
Relating your system to what they didn't bid seems to be not productive. I certainly won't have 6 and 5 for this sequence so that I may use 2 as punt. If, however, 2 promises 6 and 5, what do you propose ...
Nicholas France's bidding problem: 864 53 AKT843 A6
I'm confused, so before we sail to uncharted waters 3N it is
Sorta Like Gazilli
Is it possible at all to find 44 fit after 1 opening after 1N response with the opener limited to about 16?
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