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Stefan Olausson
Stefan Olausson
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June 6, 2016
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1!H - 2!S to Show Spades and a Minor
We play a strong-1(16+) canapé-system, so 1 is 4+ 10-15pts. The scheme we use is: 1-2*(5+)-2-2* = Artifical GF with 5+. 1-2*(5+)-2-2NT = Nat invite with 5. 1-2* = Artifical, general game-invite ...
1!H - 2!S to Show Spades and a Minor
Yes, he is free to rebid a long/strong spade suit with poor fit.
1!H - 2!S to Show Spades and a Minor
After 1 opening, we have sequences to invite with 5+5m (2 transfer, then 3m). But they are extremely rare in practice. Still actually never had any such hand come up.
2NT-3!H;3!S-6NT
Over 2NT-3-3-3NT pard expects us to correct with 3card support. Same here. Partner has a good hand with AKQxx in spades, and wants to be in 7 if it yields 5 tricks. Thus, PASS with xx in spades, and bid 7 with Jx, or 3+spades.
2NT-3!H;3!S-6NT
What's the difference between #1 and #2?
Hasta la vista, visa?
What is the actual question we are supposed to answer in this poll?
Hasta la vista, visa?
Reading opponents, I suppose you mean?
Hasta la vista, visa?
"This is a situation unique to China. The US Department of State has not granted visa to bridge players over the years for various reasons." Is there a "not" omitted in the first statement?
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
>"suggesting some confusion between honour tricks and quick tricks" Aren't they they the same thing? Or I might be confused, too... :)
The 2!c strong opening is annoying
>"With an unbalanced hand, you won't be passed out at the one level." That seems like a highly questionable assumption, typically, when 4th hand has 3 or more cards in the suit opened, and a weakish hand, which cant be that rare. And the more so, [b]when opps ...
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