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Nick Anand
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Feb. 22, 2016
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Sept. 26
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Rec player interested in improving my game.


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Stephen Merriman's bidding problem: Q874 4 K986 A654
3D. The choice is between 3D and a cue bid of one of their suits at the 2 level. 3S is inexcusable. Without 3D as a mixed raise, I'd bid 2H.
Michael Kopera's bidding problem: Q7 QT7532 JT8 Q9
I play Meckwell primarily at live tables. This is 2H whenever I'm white. Forcing opps to use leb is so important at MPs because it likely wrongsides a spades contract. I've bid 2H with much worse holdings than this (though sometimes in balancing position) and almost always got ...
Shawn Drenning's lead problem: AKJ76 87652 43 T
King of spades for count
Ronald Kalf's bidding problem: KT87532 Q75 Q8 J
2S, if this suit was hearts I'd open 3H.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: 9xx Tx JT9 AK8xx
Given that inv. minors are on, I think pass and show clubs on next round. This is based on your parameters. My normal treatment is inv. minors are off, and this would be a 2C bid. Standard inv. minor bid is replaced by 3C, with 2NT as the weak bid ...
Irwin Miller's bidding problem: Qx xx AQJxx AJxx
With 5 clubs and 4 diamonds, I'd bid 1NT. But here I can bid naturally IMHO.
Mikael Rimstedt's bidding problem: 6 A8752 A9753 87
2S at IMPS, 2H at MPs.
Bob Okker's bidding problem: AK963 862 AT5 AQ
2NT. You chose this bid when you upgraded initially.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: AKQJT984 AK --- Q75
5S, 6S if the score dictates it in a teams match.
Nathan Finkle's bidding problem: AQJ3 A75 AT3 A65
There are hands where I cheat and live with it basically a 19 pt. 4-4-3-2. This is not that. 1C
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