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Mike Ma
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Solid Suit Design in Strong !C Systems
Having the J may be useful in case partner is void or singleton and suit breaking 4-1, but I don't know why the J makes that much of a difference. E.g. opener has AKQxxx, AKQxx, x, x.
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
What was the George Orwell saying? BTW, I should have written "refused to play against".
Would you ever refuse to play a particular opponent?
Remember when people refused to play with those with AIDS/HIV +ve?
Rule of 2 and 3
Yes, my partners are especially good with making it difficult for central opponent.
Rule of 2 and 3
I second that emotion. I especially like the part where he discusses that preempt consideration is not only about them having game/slam, but also about part score in MP.
Rule of 2 and 3
My question is now that we have abandoned rule of 2 and 3, or whatever, how does responder judge whether to raise to game with intention to make. With rule of 2 and 3, you can judge easily how many tricks you need to contribute for game. But if the ...
The Trombones vs the Dalmatians
Presumably this practice was borrowed from Bingo. But did it (using words to denote number) originate with Bingo?
What is minimum requirement for Maxi Unusual 2NT hand?
Dave, whether (1) - X - (P) - 1; (P) - 2 is ELC or not even for those playing it is not universal. My main thought was that you have to give up something at the 5 level, especially with a suit higher than the one you overcalled in. 5 ...
What is minimum requirement for Maxi Unusual 2NT hand?
Richard, n + (n-2) two suiters are much more common than 6-5 hands where you want to bid the 5 card suit first.
What is minimum requirement for Maxi Unusual 2NT hand?
The standard interpretation for overcall followed by 4N is a lower suit with 2 cards less. Bidding and then follow with 4N would be usually n hearts and n - 2 m. However if one overcalls , then 4N, nominally showing n and n - 2 , but corrects partner ...
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