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Rajeev Jog
Rajeev Jog
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Playing Equal Level Conversion, how do you handle advancer's 1NT?
I should have mentioned the form of scoring was matchpoints. On the actual hand 2N went down three for -300, a zero. 2D made 3 (-110) on quite a few tables so doubling that would have been a bad idea. The best results were tables that played in 2S-1 (-100)
Playing Equal Level Conversion, how do you handle advancer's 1NT?
There were seven choices and I tried to go through the trouble of labeling them I, II, III and so on. What would you have me do, post 7 polls?
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
Thanks, Michael. 1D (2D) is not a simple overcall. I stand corrected.
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
It came up in Wed's Doubleton Club game. My partner opened a 'heavy' 2H (3C). I had Axxxxx x Kxxxxx (6160) and bid 3S which my partner promptly raised to 4 with Qx and his 'extra' values.
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
Even more commonly 1D (2D=both majors) 2S (unusual vs unusual showing a limit raise in diamonds).
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
Yes, I misread the article to mean an overcall of a preempt rather than a preempt by RESPONDER after an overcall of an opening bid.
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
I'm quoting from an article, please check out the reference provided.
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
Robson-Segal suggest this: In summary, then: if you bid a new suit in competition opposite partner’s preemptive bid, it is generally for the lead. It only invites partner to bid again when it is a jump or when RHO has bid a new major. Clearly that is a very ...
After simple overcall of partner's 2-level preempts, what are the respective meanings of double and a new suit by responder?
Added edit. Responder is an unpassed hand over a first seat preempt.
Rajeev Jog's bidding problem: KJ6 AJ962 A J943
Turns out spades are 5-1 and 2N is the last making contract.
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