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Steve Myerson
Steve Myerson
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Member Since
April 13, 2013
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Bridge Player
United States of America

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Bronze Life Master
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Richard Granville's lead problem: 75 KT95 K9 Q8732
It might be the first word of your post.
Gabriel Carrasco's bidding problem: J97 K AQJT87 K87
What would your second bid be if your hand were J97, void, AQJ87, KQT87?
Jay Barronen's bidding problem: A AK 9832 AKT763
If I'm in contention, I just want to stay with the field on the last board. There's no need for a top. Since I think that most people holding my hand will bid 3N, I will too.
What are your responses if playing Ogust?
I am so stealing this.
Benoit Lessard's bidding problem: AKTx ATxx Jxx Kx
And if responder held Qxx, Kx, Qx, AQ8xxx, isn't the bidding going to go the same way through 3N?
Keith Lai's bidding problem: KQJ95 Q53 --- KT953
2, hopefully forcing to game and leaving as much bidding room as possible. We could have game in clubs, spades, or no trump.
What are your responses if playing Ogust?
[b]A better question is: what exactly constitutes "good suit" and "good hand"?[/b] I can't answer for everyone, but for me a good suit is 2 of the top 3 honors, and a good hand is in the upper half of the stated HCP range.
Sam Ehrlichman's bidding problem: Q KT53 K873 Q942
[b]what I really wanted to know was whether people intend to force game[/b] 14 opposite 10 vulnerable at IMPs and you think people won't force to game?
Miltos Koutougkos's bidding problem: 8 86542 Q9 T9876
Partner might have been considering a 3 bid as well. But I still pass.
Ed Reppert's bidding problem: T9743 AJ9765 87 ---
2 and then bid whatever suit my partner bids at the 4 level, with 4 being delayed Texas.
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