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Michal Czerwonko
Michal Czerwonko
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Sept. 28, 2015
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David Libchaber's bidding problem: A6 K954 AKQT J93
Do we play bridge for reminding us at almost every opportunity life's not perfect?
Paul Dalley's bidding problem: --- AKQ8 KQJ732 J43
If you play 2N as a competitive noise somewhere, 3 shows a good hand. See Richard above too
Barry Buehler's bidding problem: J63 87 654 J8654
Perhaps it both shows a solid suit and forces 2
Stéphane Turcotte's bidding problem: KJ65 JT943 K97 7
I present my opinion about what you may but not necessarily should do: vote without looking at answers and stop complaining.
David Liu's bidding problem: KQT762 K75 Q753 ---
If you play wide ranging preempts and have a coherent agreement not much action from partner unless his hand is exceptional, for me this hand is too close to game opposite too many hands to bid two
Assess the blame (15)
After M t-er, minor continuation and partner showing fit in M, you have exactly one possibility out of four to show interest in 3N by showing a fragment, one and only one fragment. You must have memory way better than mine to live by this approach
How many spades?
Until someone proposes a more intelligent sequence to invite a slam with suit and four , I stand convinced that 3 should be forcing and a jump to 4 should show four of them
Assess the blame (15)
I don't like the idea that 3 still looks for a possible 3N. If you have a fragment, making a 4 bid plainly as 'shape showing' makes no sense.
my hand tells me partner has misbid
If you refer to my post in any part, I agree with what you say about this particular hand, but I still stand firm behind my principles in general
my hand tells me partner has misbid
No, that's perfect attitude. If you happen to have a major disaster because of a system forget, you either start remembering or change the system. If you keep on second-guessing your partner, you never straighten the things out.
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