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Eric Kehr
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Sept. 15, 2015
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Club player in the UK. My good results at the local clubs say a lot more about the standards locally than they do about my own modest skills.

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A very basic auction?
Maybe you are asking the wrong question and should be asking: Given that I want 3 to be forcing (or NF, or F1R as applicable), what strength range should my 2 be? As perhaps the range you have chosen for 2 is incompatible with all these options.
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
Certainly. I think if they lead 4th highest, then going up with the Ace is likely to be necessary more often than if they lead 3rd highest, for instance. But in both cases seeing a high card makes the Singleton relatively more likely than when seeing a low card.
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
Just noticed over in the "What on Earth is going on?" thread, that Kevin Strangway has posted a list of Barry Crane's commandments, the 5th of which is "7's are singletons."
Bridge post-mortems at the table
They're normally both wrong.
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
I had a thought: Is the fact that the 7 is a relatively high card relevant? The key cases are West is leading a singleton, or West is leading low from an honour. There are relatively few holdings where the 7 is the expected low card, compared to, say, a ...
Bridge post-mortems at the table
Just checked the results. They did ok - 4th with 57.5%.
1Nt---(2M)---X as penalties
But did partner have a negative double on those hands?
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
While it is true that in general 10 points is neither here nor there, I'm not so sure that applies in this case. We get, on average, 10 more points even though we guarantee to lose a trick. My guess is that the extra 10 points comes about ...
Interesting Board #3 of final 8 teams 1st segment.
I am no good at these sort of numbers. But I did put this deal into Jack 6.11 and asked him what he thought of the various options at trick 1. Assuming total point scoring, he reckons the A scores an average of 429.5 points; the Q scores ...
Bridge post-mortems at the table
As an experiment I started a post mortem betwee 2 of our opponents last night. I was pleased to see/hear it was still going on during the next round (which they were sitting out). I wonder how they did.
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