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Fri May 6 12:17:28 CEST 2016
Le 06.05.2016 10:21, Richard Hills a écrit :
> Matchpoint pairs
> Dlr: South
> Vul: Both
> In principle North-South play an Aussie variant of Acol. The
> uncontested North-South auction proceeds:
> 1C (Announced as 4+ clubs) - 1S - 2S - 6S - all pass
> You, East, hold:
> What opening lead do you make?
> What opening lead(s) would be a Serious Error?
So that it cuts the link between irregularity and damage ? None.
I wouldn't lead a club, fearing AQ facing void, or perhaps I would,
others being nearly as dangerous.
Does North hold a void ? (most probably not in a red suit) Do they play
exclusion BW ? Is North the kind of guy who likes to leap to slam to
avoid giving away information ? etc. So no lead stands out.
Okay okay. The CK would be a serious error.
I would disallow a club lead if West had hesitated before passing.
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