[BLML] For the love of Benji [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Grattan grandaeval at tiscali.co.uk
Wed Nov 10 15:41:40 CET 2010



Grattan Endicott<grandaeval at tiscali.co.uk
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alain Gottcheiner" <agot at ulb.ac.be>
To: "Bridge Laws Mailing List" <blml at rtflb.org>
Cc: <bthorp1 at bigpond.com>; <jesner.dorothy at gmail.com>;
<ldixon at grapevine.com.au>
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: [BLML] For the love of Benji [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]


Le 9/11/2010 5:40, richard.hills at immi.gov.au a écrit :
>
> Imps
> Dlr: North
> Vul: North-South
>
> The Aussie Acol bidding went:
>
> WEST            NORTH           EAST            SOUTH
> Dorothy Jesner                  Richard Hills
> ---             1S              Pass            1NT
> Pass            Pass            Pass
>
> Dummy
> KQT42
> K
> AT6
> QJ94
>
> Declarer
> A7
> 7653
> 9873
> AT8
>
> Dorothy led the nine of spades to dummy's deuce, my five and
> declarer's ace.  At that point declarer asked me about the
> systemic meaning of the nine of spades.  I replied that Dorothy
> was promising the ten of spades but denying any higher honour.
>
> So at this point all four players know that Dorothy's opening
> lead was a false card.
>
> At trick two declarer led the seven of spades, and the trey
> appeared from Dorothy.  Declarer now had to decide whether
> Dorothy's opening lead was a falsecard from:
>
> (a) 9863 (systemic opening lead eight of spades), or
> (b) 973 (systemic opening lead seven of spades), or
> (c) J983 (systemic opening lead trey of spades).
What about 9x ? Is there any reason to imagine anything else ?

(in which case you just play on clubs)
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+=+ Could I ask whether the T was considered at trick 1 ?
                               ~ G ~  +=+ 



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