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Range for a balancing NT

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Posted 2015-November-06, 07:20

View Posthrothgar, on 2011-January-08, 06:04, said:

Assume that the auction starts

(1M) - P - (P) - 1N

What range are you showing.

Now assume

(1m) - P - (P) - 1N

Any changes?


I like the KS approach, shows 8-10 balanced without a stop. Most 10+ double and hope for the best or pass with holding in their suit.
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Posted 2015-November-06, 07:53

View Postdboxley, on 2015-November-06, 07:20, said:

I like the KS approach, shows 8-10 balanced without a stop. Most 10+ double and hope for the best or pass with holding in their suit.

I liked the answers from 2011 better.
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Posted 2015-November-06, 09:18

View Postmgoetze, on 2015-November-06, 07:53, said:

I liked the answers from 2011 better.

Everything was better back in the good old days! :lol:
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Posted 2015-November-06, 10:06

View Postmtvesuvius, on 2011-January-08, 10:03, said:

11-14 vs 1m, with regular Stayman + Systems on
(11)12-16 vs 1M, with Range Stayman + Systems on


I do the latter over both majors and minors. I don't really find it necessary anymore to make a distinction.

EDIT: oops, answered already, years ago.
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