agot at ulb.ac.be
Fri Mar 25 14:19:27 CET 2016
Le 25.03.2016 13:45, Eric Landau a écrit :
> On Mar 25, 2016, at 8:11 AM, agot <agot at ulb.ac.be> wrote:
>> Le 25.03.2016 02:01, Robert Frick a écrit :
>>> What if the player tells you he is "drawing trumps", there is only
>>> trump out, and they player in his mind meant drawing only one round
>>> trump? Do you really rule differently?
>>> Bob, who wants out of the kitchen as much as possible
>> And what if one opponent has shown the exact count of the trump suit
>> the bidding, so that declarer knows that "drawing trumps" will need
>> one round, as each opponent has exactly one left ?
> If he intends to draw only one round of trumps because he (assumes he)
> knows they’re 1-1 from the bidding, then he must say so when stating
> his line. Otherwise, “drawing trumps” with two out means playing (at
> least) two rounds of trumps.
What's the difference between this, and claiming on a straightforward
squeeze when you know, from bidding and early play, that all relevant
cards in all relevant suits are held by one single player ?
Which IIRC is allowed. You just say "West will be squeezed between plums
and grapes", you don't need to add "because I know from such and such
event that he holds them".
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