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Another skill to learn is card reading since bots are generally predictable. Here's a hand that also involves a squeeze:
http://tinyurl.com/yd7v96d8
It wasn't even a top - somebody bid and made 6N
14 hours ago
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Why is it a CB? If it is, with xx,-,xxx,AQJT9xxx you are forced to pass since 4 would be taken as CB
15 hours ago
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If you bid 3N, do it with the confidence of the Hog
16 hours ago
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The first been covered, I'd take the second as exceptionally good 3- or 2-card raise, say Axx,Qx,KTxx,KTxx. From all I know partner is allowed to hold x,AKJxx,AQxx,Qx
16 hours ago
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David, you learn quick that against NT contracts bot first lead is most of the time as passive as it could get unless bot holds 100 honours in a suit. Under that, opening NT with a small stiff gains you a tempo
22 hours ago
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It improves one's game in two ways. First, you operate in so many ways that you learn quite a lot about operating. Second, bot defense yields ridiculous number of squeeze opportunities. Regarding the fun part, a big part of it comes from the competition with other humans in wilderness. Try playing in 55% bbo tourneys and persistently score over 55% with a solemn type of bidding.
22 hours ago
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In France?
Feb. 17
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If your robot beats the contract, you buy him a drink instead of demanding refinements
Feb. 17
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Feb. 17
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Was X of 3 meant to add a degree of freedom in describing the strength of the overcall?
Feb. 17
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Feb. 17
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Then why do you ask if you know the answer?
Feb. 16
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Click on ‘next’ button. More interesting is who are the opponents
Feb. 16
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Or -50 against -130/-140?
Feb. 16
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Only the mediocre never make errors. Partner took a wrong view highly encouraged by my silly 4 bid. Why should I should I stop talking to him? Both partners should apologize and become wiser.
Feb. 16
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Depends who you play against. One of my favorite things is to play my competitive 2Ns X-ed, but perhaps I'm sentimental - I spent many nights playing 2NX game for shekels. You need to finish a rubber, each time the contract is 2NX with an opportunity to XX before seeing dummy.
Feb. 16
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UI?
Feb. 16
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Which one bids and what: 9xx,xxx,QT9x,AQx, T9x,xxx,QT9x,AQx, T9x,xxx,QT9x,AQ9, T9x,xxx,QT9x,AQT? I invite with the first three and make a game try with the fourth.
Feb. 15
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I have lots of sympathy for 5 bid. North sees his hand which cries for defending
Feb. 15
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The problem with your idea is that it presupposes you have three opponents
Feb. 15
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In 3N, how many club pairs would find a switch followed with continuation after a lead? Added: The hand may be still defeated after continuation by a by North, yet again how many club pairs are up to it?
Feb. 15
Michal Czerwonko edited this comment Feb. 15
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Vul imps vs. mps any vul
Feb. 14
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