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JEC Match 16/2 my decisions turning badly 1 partner bids 1NT then 3 clubs

#1 User is offline   Fluffy 

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Posted 2012-February-17, 05:09

EW Vul
AKxxx
AQJx
xx
Q9

pass-1
1NT-2
3-??

Our not very detailed agreements contain 2/1, druri-fit and intermediate jump shift at the 3 level
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Posted 2012-February-17, 05:39

I would play partner for a weak hand with long clubs and pass.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 06:01

Looks like a pass.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 06:23

Another pass.

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Also, he rates to not have a heart void when he leads the 3.


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Posted 2012-February-17, 06:55

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Posted 2012-February-17, 07:58

This is a classic pass.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 08:02

Pass
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Posted 2012-February-17, 08:49

pass :) typically this shows something like x xx xxxx AQxxxx

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Posted 2012-February-17, 08:58

assuming the colors are us NV then pass is pretty much the %age call since this is BBF and I can choose my bidding system to match the hands I open a weird 15-17 1NT (which in reality normally has its own problems)
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Posted 2012-February-17, 09:15

View PostFluffy, on 2012-February-17, 05:09, said:

EW Vul
AKxxx
AQJx
xx
Q9

pass-1
1NT-2
3-??

Our not very detailed agreements contain 2/1, druri-fit and intermediate jump shift at the 3 level



btw I thought at the time that pard had the more difficult decision to make here over 2h.
btw2 now that I see you play int j/s at the 3 level I wonder if this was a 3c bid over 1s by a passed hand?


edit it looks like wank plays it as a fit jump.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 10:30

Pass. You were NV (OP isn't clear). Partner would need a surprise to make 3N.

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Posted 2012-February-17, 18:41

Yes i know this hand, one of the few hands i watched. I agree with your pass.
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Posted 2012-February-18, 00:45

Pass is clear here. For what it is worth, which might not be much, I really like to use only 2 as drury, and save 2 for hands I would have opened a weak two in clubs if that had been avaialable (this is only playable if 2 is a weak 2). That way, 3 is a nice little fit jump (or fit non-jump if opponents bid something at two level) by a passed hand.
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Posted 2012-February-18, 04:25

good point inquiry, I also think 2 roudi is outdated.

I though that even if wank had 9-10 HCP game would be bad unless he had the precise cards. Because our trick source needs partner to have 2 honnors plus a diamond stopper.

Turns out we actually had 3 trick sources O_o

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