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A Crucial Lead

#21 User is offline   lamford 

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Posted 2018-February-23, 19:16

View PostWinstonm, on 2018-February-23, 15:51, said:

My head is still spinning from the bidding - is this the new normal - a 2H vulnerable over-call with that hand? And it is a serious question, as I frankly admit to being out of touch with current bidding practices.

I had thought I was non-vulnerable, and was considering 3H, then realised I was vulnerable and did not want to pass after a BIT. I agree I should pass.
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Posted 2018-February-24, 09:21

View Postlamford, on 2018-February-23, 19:16, said:

I had thought I was non-vulnerable, and was considering 3H, then realised I was vulnerable and did not want to pass after a BIT. I agree I should pass.


Thanks.
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Posted 2018-February-26, 04:39

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"Pass is your friend" - my brother in law - who likes to bid a lot.
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Posted 2018-February-27, 03:34

View Postrhm, on 2018-February-23, 13:36, said:

Would you mind showing us the complete deal?

Rainer Herrmann

You can deduce it from #15.
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Posted 2018-February-28, 17:07

View Postlamford, on 2018-February-27, 03:34, said:

You can deduce it from #15.



Might be something like this

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