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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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April 13, 2013
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Winston Chang's bidding problem: KQJ943 Q986 83 K
KQJ-sixth vs Q-empty fourth. Not close in my opinion.
Anant Rathi's bidding problem: KQJ875 AKT K AK2
I'd be worried about seeing 3 pass cards if I opened 1.
commentating on other table
I, for one, watch vugraph in the hope that I'll learn something, so more commentary the better. If I want suspense, I'll watch a mystery movie.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AQ972 AJT974 --- K4
[b]At the table [/b] I royally screwed this one up. This partner and I have been playing for about 3 months, so we do encounter situations that we have not discussed. This was one of them. Richard's plan might have worked. Over 2 partner would have bid ...
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AQ972 AJT974 --- K4
2D, followed by 2S is similar to 2D followed by 3m, which has been discussed and is forcing. We have an original jump to 3M to show 5/5 invitational or forcing (as described in the original post), but hadn't gotten around to discussing how to handle a 5-6 ...
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AQ972 AJT974 --- K4
This, along with several other sequences, was undiscussed so you're correct, I would not spring it on a partner who could take it in a couple of ways (self-splinter, big 2-suiter).
Jyri Tamminen's bidding problem: KQT2 JT2 52 A875
I've shown an ace and the king of spades, yet partner is still looking for more. The Q is a working value so I'll show that and let partner decide what to do next. I assume the quality of my hearts is not important. The fact that I ...
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: KT974 KJ6 K654 8
3 doesn't rule out 3N, but 3N will pretty much eliminate 6.
Steve Myerson's bidding problem: AQ5 --- T8652 A9864
Good question, Richard, and one I intend to ask this partner. She was a passed hand and 2 was not forcing. Can one partner be making forcing bids while the other is not?
Dominic Cooke's bidding problem: KT974 KJ6 K654 8
[b]Hand hogging 3NT.[/b] Just how many trumps do you need before you'll support partner's suit?
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