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Rowland Reeves
Rowland Reeves
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Member Since
Aug. 5, 2014
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15 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
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Average club player

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still to come I hope!
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Harrison Luba's bidding problem: JT7 J6 KJ83 AT52
I am slightly stunned this isn't (amongst the expert responders) unanimous for 1N
A Difficult Defence
seems impossible for W to have a double without the K of diamond
Leonard Helfgott's bidding problem: A4 AKQ4 74 KJ532
too strong for 1N opening
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: Qxx Ax AKQTx xxx
sorry, of course doubles by partner are neg
Mark Jones's bidding problem: AK3 A5 KT98743 6
2D? really?
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A4 KJ8765 9 T987
surely the whole point is it asks opener to have another look at their hand, and find a potential game?? seems blindingly obvious to bid 4H on this hand after partner's 3C bid
Mark Jones's bidding problem: A4 KJ8765 9 T987
would have just bid 4H last time, but having not done so it seems ridiculous to consider further action now
Bryan Howard's bidding problem: 5 J832 AKQJ843 7
was shocked to see a vote for pass, then I saw who it was lol
Carding Dilemma
what if you don't play a diamond, and whatever else you play beats the contract whereas a diamond doesn't, and then the opps moan that the slow Spade 10 suggested doubt and that by NOT leading a diamond u were using UI??
Jeff Ford's bidding problem: AQ4 T6 AQ986 K42
of course, double is just auto

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