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Ulf Nilsson
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Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: AT KQJ98642 76 A
Gonzalo Goded's bidding problem: AT KQJ98642 76 A
Curious of full deal. Can you share the layout?
Martin Lindfors's bidding problem: K 8xxx KQJTx Kxx
Matchpoints, vulnerable, short spades, stiff K, no aces. Good D but anemic H. No, I would not open this hand even in my aggressive strong 1C system.
Kevin Cline's bidding problem: J KQ98 K7 AQT983
The aim here isn't finding a slam, it's finding a way to avoid the 5-level. Goal is to declare in 4. Let's gather information to guide us if that's not possible.
Craig Biddle's bidding problem: --- K983 AJ876 J984
How is this even a problem? Isn't it standard everywhere that remaining suit at 4-level sets the last bid, neither promising nor denying a control? 4C here sets H and take it from there.
Rohit Gupta's bidding problem: JT75 --- AKQJ5 AKJ5
I would have bid 3 previous round.
Sarik Goyal's bidding problem: AQ642 --- AJ75 AKQ9
I'd rather give up the game than pass here...
Nikolas Bausback's bidding problem: KJT Q853 AQ4 AQ9
The argument for doubling isn't that I want to defend 1NT and hope to beat it a bunch. It's that we hope partner has some shape (5+ suit) and bids at the 2-level. I'm willing to bet that someone bids (in imps).
Russell Samuel's bidding problem: AKx AJ8xxx QT xx
I think it's best to play 3 as nonforcing, we must be able to get our suits in there when everybody is bidding.
Ulf Nilsson's bidding problem: Q2 87 KQJ7 AQJ42
This is from Wuhan, partner with KJ8764/AK5/A82/9 had a problem over 3 and some missed 6. 10 Tables in 6, 5 in 3NT, 9 in 4, 1 accident 7 X-1.

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