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#1 User is offline   Wackojack 

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Posted 2015-June-29, 10:07

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You are playing support doubles. Construct a reasonable bidding sequence.
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Posted 2015-June-29, 10:12

if E/W are passing, dbl-2-3-p?
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Posted 2015-June-29, 10:20

View PostStephen Tu, on 2015-June-29, 10:12, said:

if E/W are passing, dbl-2-3-p?


Or if North wants to take the high road:

x - 2 - 3- 3NT.

South's choice to bid 1S on a bad 4c suit with length in the opponents suit is pretty pushy.
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Posted 2015-June-29, 13:25

View PostWesleyC, on 2015-June-29, 10:20, said:

South's choice to bid 1S on a bad 4c suit with length in the opponents suit is pretty pushy.

Seems normal to me. It would not occur to me to pass on the South cards.
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