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Simon Weinberger
Simon Weinberger
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Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 542 K83 J87 AK65
Whats your way to stop below game opposite 12-13 HCP after a 1-opening? (Also if its precision) I know the US-precision style is to open everything. But in Matchpoints you cant afford all the -100, -200 you get in 3NT.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q985 K965 Q K654
Like Bob Heitzman postet. I think 2NT implies some club support with a spade stop.(9-12 HCP) 2 makes it hard to reach 3NT. Sometimes Partner has a good hand for 3NT but not 5. I still think 3 is an underbid. (because of the 4th club)
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q985 K965 Q K654
Is this hand not too strong for a simple raise opposite a 2-level overcall?
Defense against 6NT
You have agreed in 2nd/4th ATT-leads. There is no special agreement for slams. Declarer plays the 3.
Johan Wahlberg's bidding problem: 32 AQT92 AK9 Q32
I think it depends on the methods. If you play some kind of Gazilli that catches up hands like this and forcing NT, maybe you can open this Hand with 1. Otherwise you always are more wrong with 1 than with 1NT.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 7 AQT743 J8 KJ97
You have an agreement that Redouble shows tolerance for s
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: 7 AQT743 J8 KJ97
No agreements. So a hand with many spades, not suitable for a double.
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q75 8643 Q75 KJ4
I always bid 2 with hands like this and nearly every time my partner is short in clubs, upgrades his hand based on this and we go down. (even in 3) Me having a little shape and a king in a different suit usually gets us 2 extra tricks ...
Simon Weinberger's bidding problem: Q75 8643 Q75 KJ4
What do you think about this? http://www.haroldschogger.com/vriend.htm
Oren Kriegel's bidding problem: 4 QT854 KQ853 85
Strange rule... no wonder everybody tells me Bridge is too complicated.
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