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Rajeev Jog
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Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Txxx findings by Pavlicek: From T9xx the "standard" lead of the T is best only when the third card is 7 or higher. From T87x the lead of the 8 is best. Otherwise 3rd or 4th are better, 4th more often. From T86x and lower, the results are more equally ...
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Some interesting findings from Pavlicek's study here: http://www.rpbridge.net/8c05.htm (assuming I'm reading the tables correctly, and simplifying somewhat) From JTxx the "standard" lead of the Jack is the best lead only when the third card is 8 or higher. Otherwise 3rd or 4th are ...
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Thanks for this link, though Pavlicek has a more exhaustive update here: http://www.rpbridge.net/8c05.htm
Opening leads against suit contracts from Jxxx and Txxx (no sequence) in an unbid suit
Thank you. Did Bird & Anthias come to any conclusion re Txxx?
Commonly accepted meaning of (1X)-P-(1N)-2X? (1X)-P-(1N)-2N?
We had not specifically discussed this scenario so I assumed it was a general forcing bid. It went 2N-3H-3N and we went down :(
Strong hands with diamonds?
This is useful but doesn't address my question, which was in the context of a [North American] "Standard" system where 2 is a weak two bid.
Strong hands with diamonds?
What would the coded bids be? And with this agreement, what would the meaning of 2-2;3 be?
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
You are right, should read: Trick 1: ♠ 7 A 3 4 won in dummy
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
Dummy AQ94 AQ97 QJ83 2 Trick 1: 7 K 3 4 won in dummy Trick 2: J 2 7 K won by South
Rajeev Jog's lead problem: 7 K9 A64 KJT7654
The s7 is led and won in dummy, partner playing low (encouraging). A heart is led to your King. How do you continue?
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