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Phil Clayton
Phil Clayton
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Member Since
July 27, 2010
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5 hours ago
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Bridge Player
United States of America

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I got on an airplane in Oakland on Board 22 when the lead was about 35. I land in Dallas and read THIS? Will look at the hands - must have been a helluva rush. WD Nickell
What is this double?
2 way isnt crazy. 1. Look at your hand and try to work it out. If that fails, 2. Look at RHO's carotid artery.
Richard Traxler's bidding problem: Q Q9742 K98654 9
Spot on.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: AKQJ93 A865 A5 Q
1 1N 3 showing a variety of strong hands including 4 is a good treatment here. Google Jeff's Magical Elixir.
Winston Chang's bidding problem: 432 T93 K874 K63
I give my partner latitude in 3rd seat. Wouldnt dream of doubling and 9 or 10 tricks wouldnt surprise me.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: AKQJ93 A865 A5 Q
I dont them myself but using 3 of a minor to show the corresponding major is sensible.
Dorn Bishop's bidding problem: AKQJ93 A865 A5 Q
Unplayable methods. If you play controls, you need a cheaper way to show spades.
Why no Argine and GIB competing for the world title?
GIB East is currently serving a suspension from the WBF. GIB East jumped to 7N on a 6 count after GIB West's explanation of its jump to 5 was "28 to 30 Total points" when in fact GIB West had a shapely 17. GIB East then initiated a ...
1Nt---(2M)---X as penalties
Finding a fit always trumps handing out speeding tickets when we open a strong NT.
David Corn's bidding problem: A965 T KQT876 98
The perfect solution if you play the gadget (Like Steve and Bobby): 2 = inv or better in diamonds 2 = inv or better in spades Here, you can start with 2 and then show secondary spades with 2.

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