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Nick Anand
Nick Anand
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Feb. 22, 2016
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May 19
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Rec player interested in improving my game.

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Canada

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Toronto Bridge
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nlsanand
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Johnson Zhu's bidding problem: Axx AK98xx AK98 ---
Pass, I bid 5NT at matchpoints or any non-winning situation.
Todd Holes's lead problem: T853 AJ6 T764 K2
I'm going with any systematic diamond lead. I actually put the ten thinking no one would treat it as a positive lead from T9xx versus a slam but maybe I got that wrong.
Open 1D or 1C (with 4D and 5C)?
1C, with a plan to raise 1H, and bid 1NT over 1S. I'll live with the lecture if it doesn't work out.
Jyri Tamminen's bidding problem: JT82 A843 QT92 T
2S, competing to 3S
Todd Holes's lead problem: AK763 A7 A72 864
I'm not sure to be honest. But if he has 3, I guess it is better to know if he has the Q.
John Newman's lead problem: AT8 862 J854 Q65
4D, my 4 card unbid suit....
David Sackett's bidding problem: K4 K85 87 K97642
I respond 3C, especially given that negative 3C is on. Given the current version, I'll bid 2NT.
James Huntington's lead problem: AT9653 J KJ54 A6
7NT isn't really an option on a lead problem :)
Louis Glasthal's lead problem: KJ9432 QJ2 2 432
I said 4S...I treat a spade as a given lead here. Partner already knows your count, so which card you card you lead here isn't really for count. Assuming prior agreement, could the lead here show suit preference in a side suit?
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: J62 T5 KQ875 QJ2
I'm bidding 5D at IMPS. But at matchpoints, I want to ask, can 3S clearly be agreed as Western sine it can't be natural given the sequence?
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