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

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Bronze Life Master
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Bob Simkins's bidding problem: KQJ4 842 Q8 AK86
Perhaps Kieran is suggesting that West bid 3 instead of 2. After all, he did respond to Phillip's comment of what to bid on the [i]previous[/i] round.
Jordan Lampe's lead problem: 92 972 Q732 QJ82
North bid like they don't care if they're getting a club lead. South is just along for the ride. I'm going to believe my partner.
Kyle Rockoff's bidding problem: J9852 T2 AK52 K5
My AK might be worth only 1 trick, my K isn't looking very promising, and, and ... are we beating 4?
Bob Johnson's bidding problem: 75 A863 K5 AQT63
I'm a bidder, but might not be so brave if you reverse the vulnerability.
Anticipatory Responses
So holding 1)xxx, xxx, Axx, xxx, 2)KQJxxx, xx, Ax, xxx, or 3)xx, x, AKQxxx, KQJx, my response to 2 is 3 in all cases? No thanks.
David Coles's bidding problem: T54 T65432 T92 8
Thanks for the post-mortem. It's very helpful. It seems that the poll results closely mirror what happened in the Common game. I was among the 90+% that sold to 3, and had I been playing in the Common game it would have earned me a 43% score. I ...
Rowland Reeves's bidding problem: Qxx Qxx Qxx KQJx
Pass unless playing a 10-12 1N.
Andrew Sinclair's bidding problem: A 3 AQJT976 KT73
It does for me, but maybe others don't play it over interference.
David Coles's bidding problem: T54 T65432 T92 8
You must think you're making 3. Otherwise doubled down 1 is a bottom. If the opponents think they are making 3, they are forced to double 3. It's not obvious to me that you're making 3.
How would you rule?
I've never seen "play" mean anything other than the lowest card.
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