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Wayne Burrows
Wayne Burrows
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Jan. 7, 2011
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Cute Card Combination
Trick 3: ♠8, ♠J, ♠7, ♥4 I suspect that is not accurate.
2c over major as limit raise or GF with clubs
The reason for it to show a minimum is that it makes life easy for responder in some situations. 1. Responder can pass 2 with three spades and four hearts. But more importantly 2. 1 2 2 3 when 2 is wide range and ...
2c over major as limit raise or GF with clubs
We play 1M 2 as a three way bid. The options are: 1. Invitational with three card support for the major. 2. Game forcing and balanced. 3. Game forcing with clubs. Our response structure is: 2 I accept if you are invitational with three card support and I ...
3-level responses to 1NT
I think they are low frequency and do not give good information about side distribution that will help the 1NT opener evaluate their strength.
1NT announcement when you upgrade for length?
The information that Ace and another might be doubleton when the bidding has denied such a holding.
3-level responses to 1NT
There is another advantage of bidding the fragment (or the suit in the case of my 3/ responses to 1NT) and that is that there is always a cue of the singleton below game to show a good hand.
1NT announcement when you upgrade for length?
This is not a tactic this is straight forward use of the information that has not been disclosed to the opponents. I do not see how disclosure is limited to the bidding.
1NT announcement when you upgrade for length?
"We do not make adjustments..." When your partner leads ace an another, against their major suit contract and he hits your king, do you try and give him a ruff? Or do you make no adjustment and passively switch to some other suit?
3-level responses to 1NT
I like to use these to shows shortages. Currently my structure is: 3 4+ s, 0-1 , no five-card major 3 4+ s, 0-1 , no five-card major 3 4 s, 0-1 3 4 s, 0-1
ATB: The five level
Also the hand is slightly wrong. West had no J. South had the singleton J. Not sure if that negates the pusillanimous comment above. And I think you have exaggerated north's spade spots. The hand record gives north KQ86543.

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