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Posted 2012-February-17, 05:41

Our side vulnerable
Qx
K9852
J9xx
10x

you deal and pass then....


pass-(pass)- 1 -( 2 )
pass-(pass)-double-(pass)
2 -( 3 )-double-(pass)
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Posted 2012-February-17, 05:54

4 , the vul. and the nice queen looks great.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 06:25

i wouldn't say this was an especially tough decision - i just made the wrong one :blink:, although possibly the right one looking at 52 cards ('looking at 52 cards'? an unfortunate phrase for a JEC match. at least after losing by 30 noone's going to accuse us of cheating though)
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Posted 2012-February-17, 07:53

4 seems clear. I have a lot more than I promised - a fifth heart, the Q - and pard is inviting game. How can I turn down the invite?
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Posted 2012-February-17, 09:32

View PostCodo, on 2012-February-17, 05:54, said:

4 , the vul. and the nice queen looks great.



ditto
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Posted 2012-February-17, 10:25

I would have doubled on the prior round.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 12:02

I would have bid 3!h after the first dble. Feels like I have a good hand opposite 54 spades, and I passed 2D so partner cannot get too crazy. 2H does not show much, fifth heart and Qx in partners suit, and 4 diamonds is pretty good here too.

Having passed twice is really good here, as over 2d I could have bid on 8-10 with 5 decent hearts since I already passed, and I could have doubled with a similar strength and 4 hearts. So 3 hearts over dble now surely shows 5-7 with 5 hearts or something.
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Posted 2012-February-17, 13:14

I'd have doubled 2, then I'd have jumped to 3, and now I bid game.
... that would still not be conclusive proof, before someone wants to explain that to me as well as if I was a 5 year-old. - gwnn
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Posted 2012-February-17, 13:51

my decision would be to jump over partner's take out double, maybe wank knows from my posting that I reopen with double with almost anything :)
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Posted 2012-February-17, 15:48

Yeah, seems like easy 4H. I didn't know it's wank playing :) I thought people have their bbo usernames here on the forum
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Posted 2012-February-20, 09:02

Well 4 made at the other table, partner had:

Axxxx
AQ10
Q
KQxx

Hearts are 4-1 but J is stiff so 8 becomes very important. Simon could defeat the contract if he guessed to lead a trump.
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